The Last Violin, a Tender Tale

Two men missing. A woman who cares for their fate. The Last Violin, by J. M. Davis, is a touching short story perfect for a quick lunchtime read. The e-book will be available from most digital outlets. I downloaded my copy at Smashwords, where it is currently free.

 

From the blurb:

A violin and three gold coins hold the key to solving a sixty-eight-year-old mystery. Hundreds of people have traveled to a small Southern town in America in hopes of proving the young man found dead in the city park in 1911 was their long lost relative. Or were they trying to make a claim on the gold the young man supposedly hid before his death? A young woman believes everyone had it all wrong.

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