The Black Swan

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Random House, Jun 1, 1991 - Fiction - 352 pages
6 Reviews
Grieving over the murder of her father by Irish terrorists and the death of her fiance, Joel Greenham, Lucie Lansdon finds solace with Roland Fitzgerald, but her new life is threatened by eerie events

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Review: The Black Swan (Daughters of England #16)

User Review  - Jane Stewart - Goodreads

Good story, but it didn't excite me. I needed something more special or different about the characters. Lucie was bland, passive, trusting, naive. Her friend said Lucie had a mind like a lawyer. But ... Read full review

Review: The Black Swan (Daughters of England #16)

User Review  - Kavita - Goodreads

Perhaps I have read too many of Carr's books, but I was able to guess whodunit by the middle of the book. Still, it was a fun read, and enjoyable. Read full review

Contents

Murder in the Street
1
Encounter with a Swan
101
Fire
205
Copyright

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