A nice little mystery, the first of the Jamie Quinn mystery series. An autistic young man, whose salvation comes from music, listening and playing, is found standing over the dead and bloody body of his music teacher, holding a bloody didgeridoo. His condition makes it impossible to speak much, and all he can say is “I’m sorry.” So natch, the police have him pegged for the killer.
Well, of course we readers are pretty sure the young man did not do the deed, because how cruel would that be, right? But we can put forward a good guess, because it is not that tough of a mystery to solve. And darn if we weren’t right!
A pleasant read, not too tough on the old brain cells.