The New York Times

“Soon, the titan had taken over my life. I wrestled with his music. I wrestled with his biographies. I didn’t have to wrestle with the decision to write the novel that became The Woman in the Moonlight; it felt like Beethoven had decided for...

Lara Prescott

An intoxicating novel about love, art, and life. Just as Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” moves one from tears to hope, so does Patricia Morrisroe’s story of the woman who inspired the sonata.

The Irish Times

A must-read for fellow insomniacs.  Morrisroe approaches the topic with the zeal of a researcher – always armed with her fabulous wit.

Barbara Quick

Brava to Patricia Morrisroe for creating such a lively and meticulously researched page-turner.   Her touching debut novel is a tribute to the courage and sacrifice demanded both by art and what is commonly called true love.

Sheila Weller

Captivating and emotionally compelling.  Morrisroe writes with intelligence and great wit.”  Her spirited heroine is simply unforgettable.   I could not put it down.

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