Author: Jilly Cooper

They called her Appassionata, though her real name was Abigail Rosen.  She was the sexiest, most flamboyant violinist on the music scene, adored by her fans and lusted after by men.  She was also lonely and exploited.  When a dramatic suicide attempt destroys her violin career, she sets out to conquer the conductors rostrum.,,Abigail is given the chance to take over the Rutm….Read More

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