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The debut novel by acclaimed violinist Eugene Drucker takes place during the waning days of World War II in Germany. A German violinist is forced to participate in a diabolical experiment at a concentration camp. The story touches on the relationship between performer and audience, good versus evil, and the juxtaposition of beautiful art with the horrors of the Holocaust.
- Eugene Drucker Violinist and founding member of the Emerson String Quartet.
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