Stella Wade�s career as a concert pianist might have been ruined at the outset by the rudeness of a famous conductor; so it seemed to Duncan, her handsome agent, and to Bernard, her teacher and benefactor. However, Sir Nicholas is more understanding than they realise, but even he fails to see the possibilities when John Tallis, the wealthy and talented American, falls deeply in love with Stella.`
A story of wandering minstrels, wandering world-wide rather than through highways and byways; but needing just as much courage and stamina as those who wandered centuries ago, with their harps and flutes on their backs.
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About the Author
For five years she was a regular reviewer for Primary Education Review.
Her previously published books include this novel on paper (ISBN 0 7090 1598 4), an historical novel, Alexis, on the life of the great chef Soyer, and two topographical volumes, Curious Sussex � published by Robert Hale, London and Curious Wiltshire, published by Ex Libris � now in it's 7th reprint. Her first 'e'book, 'St Bartholomew's Man', the 12th century story of the founder of St Bartholomew's Hospital in London. is also now published.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a beautiful love story that tugs at the heart strings. Stella is a modern day Cinderella who elicits the reader’s empathy and has you pulling for her throughout. The narrative is lyrical with vivid description, both physical and emotional. Wandering Minstrels is a perfect rainy Sunday, curled up on the sofa with a cup of tea read. Brava!