The Haunting of Suzanna Blackwell: A Novel

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Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984 - Fiction - 355 pages
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Only the most passionate and determined love can triumph against the ghosts of the past. It begins with memories that are always present, that possess Suzanna Blackwell - and can destroy her. She has come form studying art in Rome to a navy base just north of San Francisco to reconcile with her father, Captain John Blackwell. Once there, she finds herself drawn into another era by memories of her restless, romantic mother, dead for nearly twenty years, and a World War that raged before she was born.

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RICHARD SETLOWE is a former vice president of creative affairs for ABC Pictures and served as a naval officer aboard the carrier U.S.S. Midway in the Far East. AUTHOR HOME: California

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