The Chopin Manuscript thriller masters masterful thriller Former war crimes investigator Harold Middleton possesses a previously unknown score by Frederic Chopin But he is unaware that locked within its handwritten n

  • Title: The Chopin Manuscript
  • Author: Jeffery Deaver Peter Spiegelman Ralph Pezzullo Lisa Scottoline Lee Child Joseph Finder David Hewson S.J. Rozan
  • ISBN: 9781423377023
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Audio CD
  • 15 thriller masters 1 masterful thriller.Former war crimes investigator Harold Middleton possesses a previously unknown score by Frederic Chopin But he is unaware that, locked within its handwritten notes, lies a secret that now threatens the lives of thousands of Americans As he races from Poland to America to uncover the mystery of the manuscript, Middleton will be ac15 thriller masters 1 masterful thriller.Former war crimes investigator Harold Middleton possesses a previously unknown score by Frederic Chopin But he is unaware that, locked within its handwritten notes, lies a secret that now threatens the lives of thousands of Americans As he races from Poland to America to uncover the mystery of the manuscript, Middleton will be accused of murder, pursued by federal agents, and targeted by assassins But the greatest threat will come from a shadowy figure out of his past the man known only as Faust.The Chopin Manuscript is a unique collaboration by 15 of the world s greatest thriller writers Jeffery Deaver conceived the characters and set the plot in motion the other authors each wrote a chapter in turn Deaver then completed what he started, bringing The Chopin Manuscript to its explosive conclusion.

    The Chopin Manuscript A Serial Thriller Kindle edition The Chopin Manuscript A Serial Thriller Kindle edition by Jeffery Deaver, Lisa Scottoline, Lee Child, David Hewson, James Grady, S J Rozan, Erica Spindler, John Ramsey Miller, David Corbett, John Gilstrap, Joseph Finder, Peter Spiegelman, P J Parrish Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting The Chopin Manuscript Jeffery This book has been out for awhile and was recommended by a friend She thought the concept of writers passing along a script for the next person to develop the next Frdric Chopin Fryderyk Chopin was born in elazowa Wola, kilometres miles west of Warsaw, in what was then the Duchy of Warsaw, a Polish state established by Napoleon.The parish baptismal record gives his birthday as February , and cites his given names in the Latin form Fridericus Franciscus in Polish, he was Fryderyk Franciszek However, the composer and his family used the birthdate IMSLP Featured IMSLP Petrucci Music Library Free Public The contents in the current section is displayed on the home page Keep this in mind when changing this page Keep new entries at the top When adding new scores to the list, please take one entry in the current section and paste it to the archive. Preludes Chopin Frdric Chopin wrote a number of preludes for piano solo.His cycle of Preludes, Op , covers all major and minor keys.In addition, Chopin wrote three other preludes a prelude in C minor, Op a piece in A major from and an unfinished piece in E minor These are sometimes referred to as Nos , , and , respectively. Biography, Kate Chopin, The Awakening, The Storm, stories American author Kate Chopin wrote two published novels and about a hundred short stories in the s Most of her fiction is set in Louisiana and most of her best known work focuses on the lives of sensitive, intelligent women. The Awakening, Kate Chopin, characters, setting, questions The Awakening is Kate Chopin s novel about a married woman seeking greater personal freedom and a fulfilling life.Condemned as morbid, vulgar, and disagreeable when it appeared in , it is today acclaimed as an essential American book. What did the great composers handwriting look like Composer signatures If you re looking to forge a composer s signature, this is a good place to start Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Handel, Chopin, and Rachmaninov all signed their names like this. Mazurkas, Op. Chopin, Frdric IMSLP Petrucci Music Misc Notes Publication date from Hofmeister s Verzeichnis.Original scans dpi, grayscale jpg images by pixels Converted to black and white tif files, de skewed, re sampled to dpi, and set uniform margins. Woman who appeared on Antiques Roadshow with k Elgar A woman who appeared on Antiques Roadshow with an original Elgar manuscript has been threatened with legal action by the Elgar Foundation On Sunday night, a manuscript containing the original drafts and revisions of Elgar s famous Enigma Variations appeared

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    1. This was a lot of fun! Fifteen different authors each writing a single chapter (Jeffrey Deaver wrote two - first and last), with no idea how the story was to proceed. That means they took what was written, built upon it, then passed it on to the next. One of the most fascinating things about this project was the vast differences between the authors, in tone, writing style, and direction. At the end of the book, there's a great interview with several of the authors explaining the process and thei [...]

    2. This book was a unique and amazing idea. I only heard about this originally through a posting on Jeffery Deaver's web site. I was so excited to see a collection of top mystery writers contribute to this story in weekly increments. Since I didn't have an audible subscription I was sadly left out. About a year later it came to CD and I was elated to get the chance to give this a read. The plot of this serial thriller is that a Chopin manuscript is found and there is a question as to the integrity [...]

    3. Listened to the audio download from [audible].Narrated by: Alfred MolinaI loved the concept of this for "audio only" book that was developed by Audible. There were 15 writers each writing a chapter without knowing how the project will end. Jeffrey Deaver wrote the first chapter to start it off as well as the last two to bring it all together. I was very pleased the way all the details were wrapped up in a cogent manner. I have to admit, based on this one chapter per author concept, I didn't thin [...]

    4. Weird concept where each of about a dozen writers write 1 chapter of the book. At the half way point and there are WAY too many story lines. Basically 6 different 1st chapters. Hope the next authors are amazing at bringing them together. Otherwise this will be a FAILWell got to the end and it was OK. IT was Jeffery Deaver idea and therefore he wrote the first and last chapters. Well the other writers got so deep into sub-plots that Jeffery had to write 2 final chapters and was forced to accelera [...]

    5. Just listened to this as an e-book read excellently by Alfred Molina. I'm not a Jeffrey Deaver fan but I was intriqued due to the concept of the story beginning/end being written bt Jeffrey Deaver and each chapter in between written by another well known mystery/crime writer (eg. Lee child, Lisa Scottoline). The story plot seemed interesting at first ( a war crimes investigator chasing down a famous music manuscript which had been hidden by the Nazi's and re-emerged in modern day Kosovo. It supp [...]

    6. L'idea è buona, ma non si è realizzata completamente. Trama un filino troppo complicata, che solo uno come Deaver riuscirebbe a gestirla al meglio, e in effetti i suoi capitoli spiccano sugli altri. Lettura comunque piacevole.

    7. The BookThe premise for this book created a two-level thriller. First, award-winning writer Jeffrey Deaver wrote the first chapter of an international thriller, challenged 14 colleagues to continue the story a chapter at a time, and assumed the ultimate challenge himself of tying up all the loose ends in the final chapters. The complicated plot (details in the product description) winds around the globe with munificent mayhem and bountiful betrayals before settling in the Baltimore-Washington ar [...]

    8. Finally had an opportunity to settle down and listen to THE CHOPIN MANUSCRIPT without interruption. The concept of having fifteen different writers collaborate on the creation of a single book is certainly an unconventional and unique undertaking. I personally would judge the results as a qualified success. There are so many twists and turns in the story, some relevant and some questionable, and so many different characters and story lines to follow (each author creates his/her own story within [...]

    9. This book, with 14 of its chapters written by 14 different authors without a predetermined plot, was an interesting attempt to do something new (newish?) and fun, but the result wasn't really up to the standards of a book worth buying. The book suffered from being 95% action and 5% character, not surprising since who wants to be the author that doesn't actually move the story forward. That wasn't the only flaw, though. Authors were not always careful in their reading of what came before, and det [...]

    10. Зле. Франкенщайново чудовище от кофти съшити парчета оригиналничене. Дори 39-те ключа са по-интересни. Развръзката също смуче. Похабено време.

    11. This book is extraordinary in that each chapter is written by a different author - excepting the first and last chapters which were written by Jeffery Deavers. The musical aspects which were worked into the book made it somewhat more appealing for musician's. It was an action packed thriller - too violent for my taste. My husband and I listened to an Audible recording during recent travels. In as much as he has a great appreciation for the action packed/thriller genre.

    12. Not bad, not great. An interesting read/listen in that it is a serial novel written by 15 authors. It kept me going, but the plot development ultimately fails in the end. The lack of a lead plotter and each writer just following the previous author made the denouement for this novel to be to quick and too neat. It just felt ended as opposed to working its way there.

    13. Zajímavý počin, kdy Jeffery Deaver napsal první a poslední dvě kapitoly, zatímco ty ostatní sepsalo 14 jiných autorů detektivek. Lehce jiné styly kapitol dodaly knize hezkou rozmanitost a dokonce i množství zvratů bylo únosné :). S těma to mám pocit Deaver poslední dobou krapet už přehání :).

    14. An action packed thriller with different authors writing each chapter.A great "progressive story".I read it as part of a two story book called the "Watch list"

    15. The Chopin Manuscript is a fascinating project: fifteen thriller authors collaborate on a novel, with each one writing a chapter after the last. Originally released as a serialized audiobook, narrated by Alfred Molina, The Chopin Manuscript centers on the discovery of highly valuable-- but possibly fake-- music manuscripts in Eastern Europe. The plot was engaging and well developed, with enough interesting characters to make me invested in the action.A few reviewers complain that the story doesn [...]

    16. 15 auteurs schreven elk een hoofdstuk van dit boek. Harry Middleton krijgt een onbekend Chopin manuscript in handen, maar hij twijfelt aan de echtheid en wil het laten onderzoeken. Maar dan beginnen er doden te vallen, en blijkt er veel meer achter te zitten. Zowel in Polen als in de Verenigde Staten zijn verschillende mensen bij de zaak betrokken, en lopen velen gevaar. Ik vond het concept wel leuk, en het boek leest vlot, maar op het einde volgt alles elkaar veel te snel op. Men denkt dat het [...]

    17. Имаше едно време едно момиченце, което четеше трилъриСега момиченцето е пораснало, но все още обича да чете трилъри. Наистина, бях позанемарила малко този жанр и напоследък нищичко не зачитам от рафтчето с трилъри, но "Ръкописът на Шопен" бе един много добър старт да започна [...]

    18. Someone thought it might be a good idea to create a novel in which each chapter is written by a different mystery writer. It wasn't. Although the first few chapters go well enough, it's downhill from there. Characters' behaviors become inconsistent and there are frequent bouts of stupidity. Characters are killed off not to drive the plot but, it seemed to me, because of convenience for that chapter's author.

    19. I listened to this as an audio book, and found it well-written but also a bit disjointed and uninventive. The most interesting thing was the interview afterwards which described the quite-fascinating concept (15 authors, no previous planning — a kind of exquisite corpse of thriller writing), and which made me like it despite the actual story. Having Alfred Molina narrate was certainly a highlight.

    20. I read these multiple author books for the fun of seeing the cliff-hangers and red herrings perpetrated by each author on all the other authors. Like "Game of Thrones," no character, whether a good guy or a bad guy, is immune to being killed off in a later episode, no matter how their creator might have meant them to carry on. Some of the authors show a real knowledge of classical music. Deaver sets the stage in the first chapter and then resolves the conflicts in the last chapter.

    21. This is not an anthology of short stories by multiple writers. This is a story by multiple authors, each writing one chapter. If you didn't know at the beginning, you wouldn't be able to tell that many pens contributed to this work. The editing has seamlessly produced a work that is both entertaining and re-readable.Can't wait for this group to write another!

    22. Meh it wasn’t horrible and it wasn’t amazing. For a book written by different authors the consistency in plot, voice and tone was super. I just wasn’t wowed.

    23. Audio:I loved this book. The audio is well done and the music is great. The story line works well together for the most part. I 100% recommend!

    24. This book has an interesting concept---each chapter was written by a different author. The author listed wrote the first and last chapter. I was surprised that the way the story still flowed.

    25. Good change for me, I was in the mood for a thriller and this one was a good one to listen to. I liked the idea of different writers contributing to one story.

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