The Piano Man's Daughter

Timothy Findley's novel was shortlisted for the 1995 Giller Prize.

Timothy Findley

Just before the outbreak of the Second World War, a young piano tuner, Charlie Kilworth, faces two enigmatic questions: Who was his father? And, does he dare become a father himself, knowing that madness consumed his mother? A loving and magical tale, The Piano Man's Daughter is a classic work by one of Canada's most beloved writers. (From HarperCollins)