The Black Swan

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Random House, 1991 - Fiction - 352 pages
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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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Very memorable representation of Carr's work. Lucie thought her father's murderer was executed, but when she comes back to England, she sees his face from her window. Read full review


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