Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin (Paperback)

The Abduction of the Magic Violin

By Rusalka Reh, David Henry Wilson (Translator)

Amazon Publishing, 9781611090048, 124pp.

Publication Date: February 8, 2011



Nonstop fun with a dizzying amount of mystery, Pizzicato: The Abduction of the Magic Violin is a lighthearted whodunit featuring a fair-haired orphan named Darius Dorian, who has a sly wit and a curious way of approaching most any predicament. Darius is none too pleased to be paired with Archibald Archinola, a master violinmaker, for a school project, especially when he thinks about his rival--fellow orphan and constant nemesis Max--being surrounded by Porsches at Auto Frederick for the same assignment. But when Darius discovers an old violin in a glass case and strikes the chords, a cut on his hand magically disappears, and suddenly studying with the violinmaker proves to be anything but dull. As a greedy doctor works to get his hands on the magic fiddle, Darius is forced to pull a few strings to save the magic violin's power.