Synopses & Reviews
Meet Anna, a thirtysomething Midwesterner living alone in New York City. A schoolteacher by day, she is a medium by night, covertly helping people reunite with their lost loved ones. Anna leads a double life, guarding her secret as much as she guards her heart—until Edward, a gangly yet quietly handsome concert pianist, moves into her building.
Edwards music fills Annas apartment with beautiful sounds that disturb her concentration and her lines of communication with ghosts. She and Edward fall for each other fast, but Anna is conflicted: By exposing her true identity, does she risk losing what may be her true love? And is music really his true love?
Then a ghost begins to interfere—Mozarts ghost—and while making a pest of himself to Anna, he begins to play matchmaker with unpredictable results....
An enchanting and irresistible love story in the tradition of Sue Monk Kidds The Mermaid Chair, Mozarts Ghost will win Julia Cameron a whole new galaxy of fiction readers.
- Erica Jong
“Wonderfully sly . . . beautifully realized . . . a delicious love story.”
- Tim Farrington, author of The Monk Upstairs and The Monk Downstairs
“Captivating . . . musically evocative, tenderly funny, and hauntingly erotic. Moving and delicious . . . a spellbinding novel.”
- Judy Collins
“Enchanting. Charming. Anyone who goes to a psychic or has ever been tempted to try a medium will love reading about Julia Camerons spirit talker and Mozarts ghost.”
- Sophy Burnham, author of A Book of Angels
“Authentic and entrancing . . . Mozarts Ghost has successfully captured the challenge and humor of living a spirit-filled life in the secular world. I loved her ending.”
- Sonia Choquette, bestselling author of The Psychic Pathway
“A grand little tale, worthy of Mozarts love and joy . . . a great symphonette.”
- Don Campbell, author of The Mozart Effect
“A charming, festive novel that has kick. Well-written and awake, we now have a fine tale from the author of The Artists Way.”
- Natalie Goldberg, author of Writing Down the Bones
- Erica Jong
“Wonderfully sly...beautifully realized...a delicious love story.”
- Tim Farrington, author of The Monk Downstairs
“Pleasing and deft...a blithely spirited and romantic tale that seems destined for a movie adaptation.”
“A sweet little love story.... With humor and heart, Cameron gives us a host of flawed characters and some subtly hilarious situations.”
- San Francisco Chronicle
“Goes down quick and neat, like glib wine. Cameron has real talent.”
- The Santa Fe New Mexican
From the international bestselling author of The Artists Way comes this enchanting and irresistible love story in the tradition of Sue Monk Kidds The Mermaid Chair
Anna is a thirty-something midwesterner living alone in New York City. A schoolteacher by day, she is a medium by night who secretly helps people to reunite with their lost loved ones. That is, until Mozarts ghost decides to play matchmaker himself, pairing Anna up with the charming concert pianist next door....
About the Author
Award-winning writer Julia Cameron is the author of twenty-six books, fiction and nonfiction, including The Artists Way, The Writing Diet, and Finding Water. Her international multimillion bestselling The Artists Way is published in more than two dozen countries, with countless Artists Way groups flourishing worldwide. A novelist, playwright, songwriter, and poet, she lives in New York City. Visit her Web site at www.theartistsway.com.