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Solo This book in my opinion is a very good example of a serial killer and his ironic demise The book begins with an example of serial killing where a powerful influential man is killed by an assassin The book after the killing follows the killer to an unusual place-a concert hall There it is found that the killer is internationally famous concert pianist John Mikali This man Mikali has been tormented by death and pain all of his life His family has been based through a stout naval history as his father and relatives past have all been commanders and captains of great naval ships The one break in the chain was his Grandfather and him John who is a concert pianist John is clever but physcotic because his hobby as gruesome as it may seem is killing It began one day when his nanny was killed It seemed she was killed by a hit and run driver John who loved his nanny so much decided to get revenge and revenge he did He killed the man who had been driving the car The book starts out as said with a killing and then by revealing the killer Then the book goes into a story of the life of the man Mikali His mother and father had been killed at sea and the only people he had left were his nanny and his aunt The book gives an accurate description of his life and times before his incredible hobby After the book describes Mikalis background which itself is filled with death the book goes into the current life of Mikali and how he got to where he is Mikali discovered his great talent in music at a very early age His grand-father who is the only blood relative he has left is committed to his grand-son He gives his son the best schooling in the form of music he loves the most the
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