Mountain Solo

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Jun 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 309 pages
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Sixteen-year-old Tess's life has been shaped by her violin.
From the moment she picked up the instrument, it's been clear she isn't like other kids. She is a prodigy, and her life is that of a virtuoso-to-be: constant training, special schools, and a big debut before an audience of thousands. But when she blows her moment in the spotlight, she throws it all away, moves away from New York City to join her father in Montana, and tries to lead a normal life--whatever that is.
Tess has hardly arrived when she is drawn into a mystery: a hunt for the wilderness homestead of a lost pioneer who played violin himself. Maybe, through his story, Tess will find the strength to pick up her violin again.
 

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FREDERIK 1905
MOUNTAIN SOLO
TESS
TESSIE
TESS
TESSIE
FREDERIK 19051906
TESSIE
TESSIE
TESS
FREDERIK 19091916
TESSIE
TESS
EPILOGUE FREDERIK 1918
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TESS
TESSIE
FREDERIK 19071908
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JEANETTE INGOLD is the author of several acclaimed novels, including Pictures, 1918 and Airfield. She lives and writes in Montana.