Back Cover Description To give up musical training and hopes of a successful career, and take up the reins of housekeeping, was a heartbreaking thing for Erica to do, but she gave her attention to her family, and the worrying affair of her pretty sister Angela, and Angela's far-too-worldly admirer, Maurice. She tried to keep in touch with music, and was thrown into accidental collision with Charles Winlake, one of the most eminent conductors of the day, who, realising how Erica's talent was being wasted, took an interest in her and invited her to his concerts and functions. That was the beginning of a new world for Erica, in which there was yet both happiness and doubt. Surely Charles was too big a person, too great a person, to have any lasting interest in her all fairs - and in herself? .
Used availability for Eleanor Farnes's Magic Symphony
February 1969 : UK Paperback