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Book: The Hidden Auditorium by Rosanne Dingli
An art mystery rocks the music world. It might be a stunning historical find. It might bring danger and death. When Richard Wagner died in Venice in 1883, it was the end of a creative and tumultuous life. His family grieved, and the world lost the brilliant composer of The Flying Dutchman. Almost 130 years later, antiques dealer Nic Manton finds a pretty pendant; the solution to his financial [...]
 
Book: Under the Eye - A Composer's Journey by Brenda M Lane
Hopeless? Emotionallyparalyzed? Under the Eye, aComposer's Journey tracesthe adventures of one woman in the same condition who, against hope... foundit. At times you'll beshouting, No! At other times, you'll be laughing so hard your stomach willhurt, but most of the time you will just be astonished at the phenomenal waythat God worked in her life. As one reader putit, This true saga was spell [...]
 
Book: Pyotr Ilyich by Adin Dalton
Music, passion, and mystery. The world's greatest composer. His personal story finally told ... The mysterious death of the nineteenth-century composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is still unsolved to this day and this unusual novel brings to life the private, illegal trial against him and takes the reader through his astounding life as never before. His unlawful sexuality and shy demeanor were at [...]
 
Book: Wait Until Tomorrow - A Daughter's Memoir by Pat MacEnulty
Like all mothers, mine had a set of maxims that she thought were important to impart to me: if you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all (unless it's irresistibly funny); it's as easy to fall in love with a rich man as it is with a poor man (a nice idea in theory); if you want to commit suicide, wait until tomorrow (advice which has, it turns out, saved my life). Like many [...]
 
Book: The Waking Muse Omnibus by Cate Morgan
THE VIOLINIST AND THE COMPOSER: The quiet life of reclusive composer and grieving widower Robert takes an unexpected turn when a violist rents a cottage on the property where he's struggling to complete his masterpiece. THE CHEF AND THE FOOD WRITER: The last thing Chef Ian Michel needs just before opening his new restaurant is the know-it-all food writer who's review of his first venue razed his [...]
 
Book: Be Who You Are - A Father's Empowering Message about the Point of Life by Jimmy Brandmeier
A musician's song for his children is an impassioned call to stay true to yourself and the basis for this inspiring guide to living authentically. Award-winning composer and musician Jimmy Brandmeier always knew that happiness meant never letting go of your dreams. As his children made their way out of the nest and into the world, he wanted to make sure they had the same sense of self-direction. [...]
 
Book: Grace Note - In Hildegard's Shadow by P.J. Parsons
It is 1106 when an eight-year-old girl named Hildegard comes from Bingen in Germany to live with Lysanor of Rupertsberg. One of the girls will become a twenty-first-century saint and icon a mystic, physician, teacher, and, most importantly, a composer. The other will make her mark on the world as a grace note the woman in the shadow. As their lives intertwine, two vastly different girls begin to [...]
 
Book: Mozart's Wife by Juliet Vandiver Waldron
Jon Baxley, Editor of Amazing Authors Showcase says it all in his review. "This author's fictionalized account of Constanze Webber--an extraordinary woman who just happened to marry an even more extraordinary man named Mozart--brings 18th Century Vienna and its people vividly alive. Constanze would have been a remarkable woman for any era, struggling with her own perspective on life while trying [...]
 
Book: Deadly Beliefs by Rod Huff
With the death of Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda appears to be on the verge of collapse. But in the midst of several intentionally failed attacks, al-Qaeda is secretly plotting to unleash a monumental attack so catastrophic it would annihilate western civilization and lead to total Islamic world domination. Nasi Ahsan, bin Laden's successor, and his deadly al-Qaeda team are hiding in plain sight all [...]
 
Book: Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Legends are immortal dreams made flesh... Kaya Abaniah believes he's an ordinary fourteen-year-old college student. He lives with his mother on the Caribbean island of Trinidad ; he's passionate about wildlife conservation and has a crush on the prettiest girl in his class. However, one fateful day, Kaya's life is changed forever when he encounters Papa Bois , a folklore character similar to the [...]
 
Book: It's Our Music Too - The Black Experience in Classical Music by Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Groundbreaking Book Explores the Black Impact on Classical Music Earl Ofari Hutchinson meticulously details in his It's Our Music Too The Black Experience in Classical Music the black impact on classical music. Hutchinson notes that there are numerous books which have dissected and re-dissected every possible aspect of classical music the composers, performers, their compositions, the musical [...]
 
Book: Mister Kreasey's Demon (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 1) by Raymond Nickford
Broken by his street-hardened London students, reduced to paranoia, can Amy's teacher stop himself losing she, alone, he might have trusted, might have loved ? Mister Kreasey's Demon Visiting his apartment to bring her teacher a long overdue essay, Kreasey noticed : "Amy stood on her very highest heels, the ones that gave her an extra three-and-a-half inches over a world that had always seemed to [...]
 
Book: Cupboard of Skeletons (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 4) by Raymond Nickford
Can Miranda trust her hypnotist ? Can a family avoid being split by the paranoia of one ? Can an unexpected romance survive ? There is a sense of 'presence' of ghosts, but the 'Cupboard of Skeletons' houses people with dark secrets which haunt and test their lives, those who challenge fate and, against all odds, can find something of their dreams. The stories reflect a whole spectrum of emotions [...]
 
Book: Twists in the Tale - Collected ghost stories and psychological suspense (Let Storm Clouds Pass Book 5) by Raymond Nickford
Schizophrenic Sam Baldock says he 'hears' Beethoven calling him. For therapy, his doctor and daughter Joanne accompany Sam to the Beethoven Museum in Vienna, once the composer's apartment. Will lonely Joanne, at last, get closer - to her strange Dad ? Raymond Nickford has a degree in Psychology and Philosophy from University College of North Wales. Troubled souls, the lonely, his inspiration. [...]
 
Book: Aristo's Family (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 3) by Raymond Nickford
Why, Pavlos wonders, must he be hypnotised by his dad ? Why the nausea, that pit of obedience ... the next "Greek lesson" ? What 'family' could it be, when his father digs for relatives he knows were all incinerated during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974? Raymond Nickford has a degree in Psychology and Philosophy from University College of North Wales. Troubled souls, the lonely, his [...]
 
Book: A Child from the Wishing Well (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 2) by Raymond Nickford
Gerard's only wish is to escape the dark of chronic paranoia to be closer for his lonely daughter. He accompanies Rosie to violin lessons with eccentric but friendly tutor Miss Stein. But could the old spinster's often foul-smelling "wishing" well really be a place for his wish ? Raymond Nickford has a degree in Psychology and Philosophy from University College of North Wales. Troubled souls, the [...]
 


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