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Sinopsis: This novel is a romance wherein young lovers have their lives so affected by a common tragedy, they spend years trying to recapture the magic and innocence of their college-life love affair. They are both enormously gifted musically. Evan Sherman plays piano, principally by ear, but his talent with the clarinet is so complete, he is considered something of a savant as an instrumentalist. Molly Sullivan is a stunningly beautiful young woman who has a five-octave voice the faculty members of the university voice department can hardly believe. They make wonderful music together while in college, and the people close to them believe that their only hope of sal- vaging what they have lost is the music they make while apart from each other.
About the Author: Bill Tucker wrote his first novel when he was eighteen, sailing the Pacific on a merchant ship. He realized the book was so bad, he fed the pages into the wind over the South China Sea.. He returned home, became an engineer and scientist, a university professor, an industrial researcher, a professional editor, a publisher, a memoirist, and finally a published novelist. His first book, Widow s Walk, was a romance/suspense thriller. Then came a memoir, Sing for Me, Betty Lee, about his boyhood and the events of his adult life his son asked him to put in hard copy. His next novel, Running Through the Sprinklers, was profane humor described as a hilarious read. This new book, Moonglow, is a tragic love story about two wonderfully talented young lovers who are separated by a common tragedy. It has been described as a broken-hearted melody. Bill lives and writes in Aurora, a small Midwestern town in the Western Reserve area just south of Cleveland, Ohio.
Editorial: Goose River Press
Año de publicación: 2008
Condición del libro: Very Good
Descripción Goose River Press, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG1597130664