Season of the Swan by Evan Maxwell

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Beautiful cellist Kate Saarinan spends a week teaching at a small country school, where she is driven to exorcise the demons of her childhood. By the author of All the Winters That Have Been. "

About Evan Maxwell

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Maxwell is a former reporter for the Los Angeles Times.
Published July 1, 1997 by Harpercollins. 256 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Manhattanite Kate Saarinan is on the verge of signing a million-dollar contract with a slick music-company executive who wants to market her, glitzy-style, as a mysterious ``Black Swan.'' But Kate has to interrupt negotiations to keep a promise.

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Haunted by a sense of loss, raven-haired violinist Kate Saarinan has ""left too much of herself in the past."" Just about to sign a deal with a major record label eager to market her as The Black Swan, Kate honors a previous commitment, providing free lessons and concerts in Langley, Wash., a sma...

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