The death of legendary jazz trumpeter Joss Moody exposes an extraordinary secret. Unbeknown to all but his wife Millie, Joss was a woman living as a man. The discovery is most devastating for their adopted son, Colman, whose bewildered fury brings the press to the doorstep and sends his grieving mother to the sanctuary of a remote Scottish village.
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Touching, Cathartic, Thought-Provoking
- Ian C.
Love, loss and some laughs.
Yes. I have the print edition but am currently hooked on all things audio.
Definitely Millie. I liked her honesty, the fact that what she and Joss had was no less real than any other couple
Again it was Millie. Some heartbreakingly tender descriptions of her love for Joss.
If music be the food of love, play Jazz.
Thoroughly enjoyed the book.
- Mrs Kate Evans