by Rae Richen
Before she commited suicide, did world famous violinst, Darya Zolesku, hide originals of three missing J.S. Bach manuscripts? Garig Steiermark, powerful eastern-Hungarian gang lord believes she did. He pursues those valuable manuscripts into the heart of America, threatening Rebecca Gregory and her five-year-old son because he believes her to be the new owner of the manuscripts.
When Rebecca's colleague, Lewis James, discovers the plot, he must convince Rebecca to trust again, so together they can rescue her son from Steiermark.
In Concert, by Rae Richen, beautifully depicts the power of music to inspire and heal. At the same time, In Concert drags us deep into the fearful life of Rebecca and Bejamin Gregory, victims of a vicious and greedy man. Only trust, courage and love can save them.