Music Inspired Fiction

//Music Inspired Fiction

Music Inspired Fiction

  • Nashville Chrome by Rick Bass (LP) Maxine, Bonnie, and Jim Ed Brown are a family act with a hit record sitting atop 1959’s country music charts. The world at their feet, lives of success seem to spread out before them like an unending highway. But celebrity has its price, and the times ahead will deliver more than their fair share of bumps in the road.
  • Sing Me Home by Jerri Corgiat Lilac O’Malley Ryan doesn’t even recognize country music star Jonathan Van Castle when he bursts into her store. And she’s bewildered by what seem like tongue-tied attempts at charm. She just wants to make a sale-and get him out the door. But it turns out to be a lot harder getting that to-die-for smile out of her mind… And once they put their rocky start behind them, Jon and Lil will discover what happens when two unlikely lovers hit the perfect note…
  • Murder on Music Row by Stuart Dill Twenty-three-year-old Judd Nix, an unpaid intern at the most prestigious personal management firm in country music, gets the opportunity of a lifetime when his boss and mentor, Simon Stills, offers him a temporary positionan opportunity that may just cost Judd his life.
  • A Visit From the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan Working side-by-side for a record label, former punk rocker Bennie Salazar and the passionate Sasha hide illicit secrets from one another while interacting with a motley assortment of equally troubled people from 1970s San Francisco to the post-war future. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
  • A Plain Love Song by Kelly Irvin (Also available as LP) Adah wants nothing more than to sing and play the guitar and write her own songs. That’s a dream that will never come true in the confines of her strict Amish community. But then she meets Jackson, and all of a sudden she has the chance for a different life.
  • One More Song to Sing by Lindsay Harrel (Also available as LP)  More than two decades ago, Olivia Lovett left her old life behind in Oklahoma and forged a career in Nashville as a country music star. Now her voice is     failing, forcing her to find a new dream just as the secrets of her past come knocking at the doo
  • A Distant Music by B.J. Hoff (Also available as LP) In a small Kentucky coal mining town in the late 1800s, hope is found in the hearts of the vibrant Maggie and her fragile friend Summer. When Jonathan’s cherished flute is     stolen, the girls search for a way to restore his music, and the community rediscovers the gifts of faith and        friendship.
  • The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce Set in 1988, her new title features record store owner Frank, who can find exactly the record each customer needs among vinyl-only merchandise ranging from classical to punk. Quiet and questing, Ilse Brauchmann is a different sort of customer altogether; she wants Frank to tell her about music itself.
  • Listen to Me by Kristen Proby Determined to make her new restaurant a rousing success by offering live music, Addison Wade gets more than she bargains for when former rock star Jake Keller convinces her to give him the weekend gig–and take a chance on love–but when his past catches up to him, things may end on a sour note between them.
  • Delta Belles by Penelope J. Stokes In 1965, four best friends at a Mississippi college form a singing group and call themselves The Delta Belles. Twenty-five years later, the Belles are asked to get back together for their college reunion. As the old friends reconnect, they come to a new understanding of the meaning and value of their lives.

 

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