When Australian violinst Nina Lee finds a piece of old manuscript at a rummage sale, she quickly discovers the music is imbued with a supernatural power. Strange dreams of a handsome, passionate and commanding man playing a haunting melody on violin haunt her nights and gradually consume her thoughts.
Time travelling musician, Piers de Crespigny demands Nina help him in his ghostly quest to be reunited with his lost love Miranda. Obsessed with playing his music, seduced by its power and half in love with him herself, Nina is afraid she will do anythign for him. Then, equally onsessed Englishman, musician Martin Leigh, walks into the .shop where she works, looking for her.
Desperate, frightened for their sanity, they join forces to travel back to England together and break Piers hold over them. But how can a determined spirit be laid to rest when his beloved died more than a century ago?
It’s been a long since I’ve been so taken with a book. From the very first page, Shadow Music wove an intoxicating spell on me. I instantly connected with Nina and her musical soul. The paranormal aspects are subtle yet carried me away. Similar to The Phantom of the Opera yet the setting of Australia brings an exotic feel to Shadow Music. When I finished, I cried a little. Shadow Music is a beautiful story with paranormal and musical themes. A must read! Goodreads
|ISBN or ASIN:||B07P2NH8KB|
|Formats||Ebook and print|
|Publisher||The Wild Rose Press|