Based on a true story of music, science, faith – and the darkest desires

by Josephine deBois



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/25/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9781546283430
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9781546283447

About the Book

Dr. Ludwig Mann is a conductor and a brilliant musical genius, capturing the hearts and ears of audiences worldwide through his live and recorded performances, particularly of Mozart’s music. His successful and financially lucrative career has been designed by his beautiful, sensual, but shrewd, manager Josephine deBois. At first, it appears that Josephine truly has Ludwig’s best interests at heart, but her duplicitous nature soon shows through. She definitely has ulterior motives, but that is only a small part of the questions, intrigue, and violence that swirls around Ludwig and Josephine’s questionable relationship – the cardinal Marchetto Caccini, the high ranging priest Giovanni Landini, the brilliant Nobel Price ready scientist Duilio Paioni; and the mystic woman Sora in a desolated Korean temple all have a share in them. Although Ludwig and Josephine will eventually marry, it is clear that Ludwig’s true heart belongs with Tiffany, a young woman whose life is more intertwined with his than even he knows. While Josephine initiates the union, it is for her own purpose. While she is an incredibly sexual woman, albeit in a dark way, it seems her heart belongs to no one as she is urging sexual encounters in violent liaisons that usually take place in grungy rooms above dark alleys. At the end, Samuel, a Ney York police Sargent, finally resolves the case – but who cares about a truth so unbelievable that nobody will ever believe it.

About the Author

In her authorship, Josephine deBois explores the edge between the real and the unreal, which she approaches in captivating stories developed from her exceptional imagination and deep psychological insight. She constantly explores the deep, fundamental questions of being and not being a human being, bringing the fundamentals of science, art, and religion face-to-face in stunning encounters of life, death, and love. She also writes children’s books and is a columnist covering scientific subjects. Josephine deBois lives in Europe.