Death Sung Softly - A Sam Prichard Mystery by David Archer

Death Sung Softly - A Sam Prichard Mystery

By David Archer

  • Release Date: 2016-02-15
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 68 Ratings
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Meet retired cop, Sam Prichard.


Sam opens his practice as a Private Investigator, and gets his first real case almost instantly: Find Barry Wallace, a local rock singer who was on the verge of making it big, and vanished suddenly! When Barry's body turns up minus his head and hands, the case becomes ominous, and now he has to find a killer, instead!

The evidence comes together, and leads to the discovery of the missing body parts on the estate of a well known talent agent, who stood to gain a lot of wealth if Barry had only agreed to sign the contract he had arranged, and the man is arrested for murder. But Sam gets a bigger surprise when that same man hires him to prove his innocence, and Sam follows a convoluted trail of clues to discover who really killed Barry, and wanted to frame the agent for the crime!

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  • Fluff

    By Ebzetheman
    Mr. Archer needs to read "Elements of Style" by Strunk & White, and adhere to its principles. He dwells too much on the trite and trivial -E.g., the first two pages of the book details a waffle breakfast. Reduce to a paragraph or less and get on with the story.
  • Singing and Sleuthing

    By Maamc
    Some interesting aspects to this mystery, particularly when one can listen to the author sing. Does he enjoy writing mysteries, writing songs, or singing? Hard to say
  • DeathSung softly

    By battyblonde
    Great book. Didn't want to put it down
  • Killing Me Softly

    By Tenderloin56
    A 'nice" book. Enjoyable, but not a real page turner. A sweet love story with good characters and a mystery solved.
  • OK

    By Crzyhrt
    Very average book. Is David Archer a pen name? I'd guess this book was authored by a woman.
  • Half Good, Half ...

    By robertgavila
    I'm trying to be fair. David Archer does create stories where surprises are abundant. "Who killed ----?" I enjoyed those parts very much. I get that about the Sam Pritchard series. As a Catholic, I also appreciate the good examples held up by the lead character, a divorced private investigator who meets a nice young woman and treats her with respect and acts honorably toward her at every turn. Here's the bad part: the dialogue kills me. It's cringe-worthy, expository, unrealistic, fake-sounding and makes the characters sound like paper-thin cartoon characters. Great stuff for young readers. Please, let all under-twenty year old readers explore this series! Robert G. Astoria, New York July 21, 2016
  • Death. Sung. Softly.

    By ShireBerly.
    Good. Book. I loved. It
  • The Grave Man

    By Dadude59
    Loved the characters and the story! Made we want to know Joe, Indie and Kenzie in real life. Can't wait to read the rest of the series. Kept me up when I should have been sleeping. Very enjoyable.
  • Death sung softly

    By Donbon004
    I very much enjoyed the story, but the added bonus of hearing the music was a wonderful surprise.