The Last Violin

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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. More
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Words: 15,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370510153
About J. M. Davis

Jim Davis is the author of Portrait of Conspiracy, Tough As They Come, A Woman To Die For, Murder and Mayham, The Ghost of Leonard Korn, The Durley Incident, No Tears For Jack, Prom Friday, The Storekeeper, and The Last Violin.

Over a period of two decades, he traveled to twenty foreign countries and made the first cellular telephone call in the country of Russia. In 1988, he thought he'd found Elvis alive on the Island of Tortola. Awakened from a dream, he learned an Elvis Impersonator had begun singing in the bar located directly beneath his second floor room.

Jim lives with his wife in the Boston Mountains. He writes mystery/suspense novels, novellas, and short stories.

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Review by: Andre' Mwansa on April 10, 2017 :
Good mystery read, classical written.

I have two books of this author, and he's well worth to be on my favourite list......
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Review by: James Hold on April 03, 2017 :
A good mystery well-told.
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Review by: Madison Woods on April 01, 2017 :
Loved this story! Davis does a wonderful job describing settings and giving his characters believable behaviors. The mystery was entertaining with a very satisfying conclusion.
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Review by: Anna Drake on March 31, 2017 :
Two men missing. A woman who cares about their fate.. The Last Violin, by J. M. Davis, is a touching short story perfect for a quick lunchtime read. I enjoyed reading it very much.
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