Swan Boats at Four

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Thorndike Pr, 1996 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Aboard a deluxe ocean liner, a middle-aged couple with financial and marital problems is pigeonholed by a charming confidence man with a mission, and the three exchange revealing stories about their lives

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Higgins' thing was real crime and he did that thing exceedingly well. This book is a departure: a relationship novel. And a pretty good one, but it is my least favorite Higgins novel. Read full review

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Higgins usually prefers a seedy setting, but his new work takes place in the first-class dining room of an ocean liner. Read full review


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George V. Higgins was a lawyer, journalist, teacher, and the author of 29 books, including "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" (0-8050-6598-9), Trust (0-8050-0955-8), and "Kennedy for the Defense" (0-8050-4182-6).

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