Song of the Flutist
Poignant! Poetic! Profound!
(Palm Beach, FL) From the author of Odyssey of an Etruscan Noblewoman and Tuscan Intrigue comes the third in a trio of Etruscan-Italian novels. Rosalind Burgundy brings those ancient people to life in Song of the Flutist: Epic of the Ancient Etruscans.
You might never have heard of the Etruscans, but they were one of the building blocks of Western Civilization. Two thousand years before Dante, Michelangelo and the Medici of the Renaissance, the unique Etruscans civilized central Italy.
Song of the Flutist is an engaging story of three generations of wealth, wisdom, deceit, honor, passion, beauty, death and life’s purpose, sure to be thought-provoking to readers. The Porenna-Laris-Vella-Vibenna Clan live and journey between two rival cities and the Mediterranean, encountering the unexpected with a cast of bristly characters, co-mingling Etruscan art with food, wine, romance and murder.
Compelling and extraordinary, Song of the Flutist will grab your attention and keep you thoroughly absorbed.