After their violin teacher is attacked, two sisters stumble on dark secrets from her girlhood in France during World War II
Elsie and Mary's lives are changed when they meet Miss Fitch, a fascinating Frenchwoman who makes her living teaching children the violin. She seems to be everything an instructor should be: stern when her students are slacking; inspiring when they lose heart. She knows how to make her young players believe in themselves. Mary is captivated, though she has no talent for the violin. Her sister Elsie is the natural musician in the family, but suddenly Elsie quits without explanation.
Not long after Elsie stops going to lessons, Miss Fitch is attacked in her home. As the girls look more closely at their teacher, they learn that the past can rise up to wreak havoc on even those whose lives seem most exemplary.
This ebook features a personal history by Janet Taylor Lisle including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author's own collection.