Elizabeth Caulfield Felt

 

Elizabeth Caulfield Felt

Elizabeth Caulfield Felt is a writer of fiction for children and adults. Her adult historical novel, Syncopation: A Memoir of Adèle Hugo, the story of Victor Hugo’s scandalous daughter, a poet and pianist who rejected her society’s expectations of women, is available from Cornerstone Press ( https://www.uwsp.edu/english/cornerstone/Pages/pastBooks.aspx ) and as a Smashwords e-book (https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/610655). Felt’s children’s mystery, The Stolen Goldin Violin,(http://elizabethcaulfieldfelt.com/sgv-ad/ ) takes place at the American Suzuki Institute, a summer music camp in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Four young violinists learn about music and friendship while solving two mysteries. Elizabeth blogs about books and writing at http://elizabethcaulfieldfelt.com