Bye-Bye Baby on the Treetops

by Elizabeth Muir-Lewis


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£11.95
Softcover
£11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/31/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781728388601

About the Book

Bye , bye baby on the tree tops” is a story of a woman who is stalked by a violent man. Jean (the main subject) re-visits a chidhood home in the Lake District. Unknown to her a man from her past is living in an old mill. His father(who had been the mill foreman) had a love affair with Jeans mother when Jean was a child. This love affair turned to tragedy when the man, then a young boy, fell against some blades in the mill, and is now hideous, and filled with anger and hate. He sees Jean again, and sets about trying to stalk and kill her. He follows her to Sweden and Scotland. Jean flees up to the Highlands in Scotland where she meets a fantastic magical man.. The book is a mixture of murder, terror and wound round the life of a professional musician.Jean goes to Moscow with her orchestra, which is a separate chapter. The “Tree tops” title come from the fact that Jean’s father put up a swing for his children in a tree beside the river. , and the final confrontation is when Jean climbs the tree, as the man runs after her. The book is also a study of how someone can forgive another person in spite of that person trying to kill. It is a sort of pschycological study of forgiveness and tolerance. There is a love interest. Michael, a fellow flautist. The love scenes are discreet and not explicit The end chapter winds thing up in what one could call an amusing way. Right at the end Jean is kidnapped by an underworld boos, whose wife has been murdered by Jean’s stalker. He turns out to be a cultivated and charming man, even though belonging to the underworld. Jean sort of falls for him.


About the Author

Elizabeth is a professional musician, teacher and entrepeneur. Singer, pianist and conductor. As a professional singer she has sung in America (Carnegie Hall, Chicago Symphony, Washington Symphony, Boston Opera... Many European Festivals, Glyndebourne Opera, BBC etc. On retiring from singing she conducted the Eastbourne Choral Society, taking them on three European tours. She has been writing all her life, and has articles and poems printed. She has written more than one book (a fictional life of Hildergaard Von Bingen is underway)