The 1st Book in Mark Schweizer’s Liturgical Mystery series is The Alto Wore Tweed.
This fun, quirky series is about a small town police chief, Kayden Konig, who doubles as the local church organist and choir master. Hayden has also managed to purchase Raymond Chandler’s ancient typewriter and – in between the sleuthing and musical episodes – writes some of the best “Bulwer-Lytton” material you’ll ever find. The cliches are so good and so numerous… you’ll laugh out loud.
Here are the books in order:
The first book should come first, so you know what’s up with the police chief/choir director thing; after that it doesn’t matter so much. These books are great fun any which way.
(1) The Alto Wore Tweed [Start here]
(2) The Baritone Wore Chiffon
(3) The Tenor Wore Tapshoes
(4) The Soprano Wore Falsettos
(5) The Bass Wore Scales
(6) The Mezzo Wore Mink
(7) The Diva Wore Diamonds
(8) The Organist Wore Pumps
(9) The Countertenor Wore Garlic
(10) The Christmas Cantata
(11) The Treble Wore Trouble
(12) The Cantor Wore Crinolines
(13) The Maestro Wore Mohair
(14) The Lyric Wore Lycra