Janice Weber grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey and graduated summa cum laude from the Eastman School of Music . Janice Weber has a unique writing style and although I love all her books, Frost The Fiddler is the very best. There wasn't a dull chapter in the book.
Janice Weber grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey and graduated summa cum laude from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. At the time of her Carnegie Recital Hall debut at age nine, she was writing her first short stories. She has continued both pursuits, with her novels providing counterpoint to the staid world of a concert pianist, or perhaps with her recitals offsetting the staid world of a writer. It has love, lust, murder, mahem, humor, suspense, and at times you might need a box of tissue.
com User, August 6, 2006. Quite an unusual combination! Janice's book is well-written, has a good pace to keep you hooked, uses a lot of technical concepts and lingo, and almost without contradictions; some concept comes from sci-fi, but is treated as a fact. The spy-line is holding all this together with some (inevitable?) exaggerations, but, that is what keeps the reader interested!
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When secret agent Leslie Frost is sent to Washington, .
A sly, witty mystery features two extraordinary sisters-one a master chef and the other a renowned actress-who juggle husbands, lovers, the Hollywood media, and their own identities to catch a thief. By the author of Frost the Fiddler. When secret agent Leslie Frost is sent to Washington, .
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Janice Weber (born 1950) is an American pianist and author. Born in New Jersey, Weber was a precocious musical talent, making her debut at age 12 with the orchestra at New York's Town Hall
Janice Weber (born 1950) is an American pianist and author. Born in New Jersey, Weber was a precocious musical talent, making her debut at age 12 with the orchestra at New York's Town Hall. She studied with a number of teachers and musicians, such as Cecile Genhart, Walter Hendel, José Echániz, and Eugene List. Weber graduated summa cum laude from the Eastman School of Music, where she studied with Cécile Genhart and Eugene List.
Sandra Burr, Janice Weber. Most concert violinists wouldn't pack explosives in the case along with their Stradivarius, but Leslie Frost is no ordinary musician. When she's not performing the Kreutzer sonata, she's spying on neo-fascists and ex-communists in the emerging new East Germany. Frost, aka Smith (code names for the all-female band of American super-spies come from the Ivy League's Seven Sisters schools) witnesses a murder outside an East German church and is drawn into a mission that centers on a powerful computer and a ring of communist spies.
Find nearly any book by Janice Weber. Janice Weber (Weber, Janice). used books, rare books and new books. Frost the Fiddler: ISBN 9780446364744 (978-0-446-36474-4) Softcover, Grand Central Publishing, 1994. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Janice Weber' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Janice Weber'. ISBN 9781561290253 (978-1-56129-025-3) Softcover, Knightsbridge Pub Co Mass, 1991. ISBN 9780446607889 (978-0-446-60788-9) Softcover, Grand Central Publishing, 2000.
ISBN 10: 0751509027 ISBN 13: 9780751509021. Publisher: Warner Books Inc, 1994.