The Color Of Music is the story of identical boy twins separated shortly after birth, their father a famous African-American jazz musician and their mother, a blond European jazz fan. The mother of the biracial twins is unable to raise her babies and they become separated at an early age. One is raised as black and the other as white. The story will keep you turning pages

Twin boys of mixed race parentage separated at birth and raised in wildly divergent cultures lifts the nature vs. nurture debate to a new level. Watching both boys grow up and evolve separately is fascinating as their musical heritage works its way to the surface.
Mary Giambalvo

Claire Gordon’s novel grabs you from the start and keeps you enthralled by the identical twin sons of a famous black musician killed in Paris before the twins were born to his blonde Swedish mistress. One twin was kidnapped to Montreal and raised white, the other, though equally light-skinned, was raised black. Both inherit their father’s talent. Read this fast-paced novel to discover how these twins finally meet.
Evelyn Cole

I read your book and loved every minute of it…couldn’t put it down!
Ruth Huffman

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