“The strings of deception
will cause life to harmonize off key
if you fail to fine tune the things of most importance.”
— Tracy Frischkorn
The untimely death of a father leaves a daughter struggling to hold onto his memories and a son struggling to make them. Renee Worthington inherits her father’s violin after a tragic automobile accident. Filling her father’s shoes in the orchestra becomes her focus until someone steals the violin the night before the big concert. Feeling lost without her father’s spiritual presence, she talks a violin expert into piecing together a violin from discarded parts from her father’s collection.
Tracy A. Frischkorn lives in Southern Illinois and has been a writer since 1996. She started with published poetry, then started writing screenplays in 2008. This is her first novel.