The Spanish Smile

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Fawcett Juniper, 1982 - Fathers and daughters - 149 pages
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Lucinda lived like a princess on her father's private island off the coast of California, Isla del Oro. But she was really a prisoner, shut off from the world, never allowed off the island. Then Christopher Dawson, a young archeologist, came to the island and into her life. And Lucinda began to realize the horrifying truth about the island . . . and about her father.

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THE SPANISH SMILE

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

It's difficult to remember that this island castle, domain of the fanatical tyrant Don Enrique de Cabrillo y Benivides and prison for his beautiful daughter Lucinda, is a contemporary setting. That is ... Read full review

Contents

The Steel Bracelet
1
The Smile of Teresa Benivides
10
Ramons Revenge
20
Copyright

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