I was very taken with this rather unexpectedly fascinating musical detective story, as you will gather from the various mentions I've given it on this blog. It's a real one-off kind of a book, which will appeal to all sorts of readers - you certainly don't need to be a Glenn Gould devotee, or a pianist, or even a classical music aficionado to appreciate it. It's a rattling good read and I can guarantee you will learn things about pianos and about the nature of genius that you didn't know before.
If you are interested in having a chance to read and review this book (which isn't yet published in the UK), then simply leave a comment here and I'll put the names into the dish on top of my piano at the end of next week and draw the lucky winner. The only proviso for entering is that you have a vaguely bookish or musical blog and will undertake to post your thoughts about the book in due course.