The Music of Women

The Music of Women is a cautionary tale for all men who would be seduced by the ageless siren song of women.
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Success does not usually equate with death― unless you happen to be novelist Charlie Forte. When Charlie receives the largest book advance of his career, he comes to two conclusions: He is a shit, and he is going to kill himself. But, a stone garden wall and twenty-four women cause him to experience what he likes to call “planus interruptus.”

Charlie experiences the women in his life through the music he associates with them. “The Music of Women” is a cautionary tale for all men who would be seduced by the ageless siren song of women.

Vincent Panettiere (Author)
VINCENT PANETTIERE Biography Vincent Panettiere was not born in a trunk at the Princess Theatre in Pocatello, Idaho, but in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from St. John’s University and went to graduate school at Boston University. After college he became a sports writer for the wire service United Press International (UPI) and later wrote for the Boston Herald, a major daily newspaper in that city before Rupert Murdochized it. After holding executive positions at Westinghouse Broadcasting, CBS and Xerox he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a screen writer. Four of his scripts were optioned but not produced, one by Twentieth Century Fox and the others by now-defunct production companies. He became a licensed and bonded literary agent representing writers and directors in television and films. He made deals for writers and directors on TV series, including Xena, The Untouchables and Babylon 5. He was also instrumental in the production of two independent feature films and the sale of numerous indie/MOW film scripts. During the same time, Panettiere was certified by the Major League Baseball Players Association to serve as an agent for major league and professional baseball players. Clients he represented played in the major leagues for the Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals. Objecting to the standard means of financing independent films, Panettiere sought non-traditional funding for his writer/director clients. His journey through the murky world of cyberspace was chronicled in his first book The Internet Financing Illusion published in 2007. Next, Panettiere turned to fiction. In A Woman to Blame, Panettiere created the character of Chicago police detective Mike Hegan. This was followed by These Thy Gifts, a second novel featuring Hegan, The Scopas Factor and his latest, The Music of Women. There is more information on Panettiere and his books on the website www.vincentpanettiere.com. He continues to live in Los Angeles and has eaten dinner in Pocatello, Idaho.
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