Reviewed in Limelight (Australia's Classical Music and Arts Magazine) and described as a "jazzy riff on the life of JS Bach ... the Girl with Espresso Hair is as intriguing as it is fun ...Has the refulgent power of a harmonized chorale." ~~~ Jon Brook is a brilliant and uncompromising composer of film music. When his talent attracts the attention of ruthless industry power-brokers he cannot foresee the lengths they will go to contain him. When at last his is set up for a crime he hasn't committed - and then imprisoned - he finally realizes something has to change... and something does: He meets a beautiful young architecture graduate and amateur singer called Anna. Initially resisting the attraction he feels for her, Brook is eventually disarmed and their love is the collision of two brilliant creatives. This is an up-to-the-minute contemporary novel about ambition, beauty, loss, love and finally transcendence.