Gabriella's Voice: The Screenplay

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Dead End Street, Mar 1, 2004 - Fiction - 104 pages
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Fifty-year-old Bill Harness is on a strange but seemingly benign journey, rambling across the country in an old Pontiac and anonymously leaving large checks with promising young opera singers. His fuel, however, is sorrow, and it isn't until he arrives in Seattle and befriends Gabriella Compton, a phenomenally talented soprano, that he is able to address the three great tragedies of his vocally-gifted family.

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Vaughn has worked for more than fifteen years as an opera and theater critic in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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