In And the Midnight Trio by Harper Eliot, a jazz singer teases with her eyes, her body and her voice, as the wealthy patrons appraise her body as intently as they appraise her songs. But the singer's lover plays piano in their little trio, and he is a very protective man.
by George Eliot
by T.S. Eliot
by Marc Eliot
by Lise Eliot
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