Roberta Hershenson is a former arts and culture reporter and photographer for The New York Times. Her murder mystery Angels’ Blood is set in a chorus.
A murder mystery with a historical enigma and a feminist twist.
Set in today’s music world, a story for our time.
It does not seem that woman will ever originate music in its fullest and grandest harmonic forms. She will always be the recipient and interpreter, but there is little hope she will be the creator.
George P. Upton, critic, 1880.
Greed makes the world go ‘round, and music gives it a beat.
From Angels’ Blood