Michael Abraham's fourth book is Providence, VA, (fiction) about a national calamity from the view of a young woman trapped by circumstances in a tiny Southwest Virginia community. Sammy Reisinger is a 17-year old violin prodigy from a wealthy New Jersey family. She has inherited a priceless Cremonese violin from her grandfather and is schooled in the classics. Becoming enamored with traditional Appalachian music, she decides to visit the venerable Old Fiddlers Convention in Southwest Virginia. While there performing, tragedy strikes, leaving her seemingly trapped and orphaned. Providence, VA is the story of how she and her tiny host community deal with an epic disaster.