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The Musician's Daughter by Susanne Dunlap
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Oct 14, 10

it was amazing
Read in September, 2010

I enjoyed 99% of this amazing book. The Musician's Daughter is a none stopping book of mystery and suspension. The story takes back in the 15th century. It has a twist to a murder of a talented musician, as his daughter finds more and more about the untold story of her father's life. The one thing fifteen-year old Theresa always wanted to be was her father, a musician. But did she really think she was going to take her father's place in being a spy? She finds out her high honored uncle is against her father's works and has to stop her uncle from doing anymore damage. This book has a thrill to adventure, true meaning of music, and a tad of a small but growing romance. I liked everything from this book. Hopefully you will read it and like it too.

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Emma J Why only 99%?

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