Book Reviews of The Black Swan (Daughters of England, Bk 16)

The Black Swan (Daughters of England, Bk 16)
The Black Swan - Daughters of England, Bk 16
Author: Philippa Carr
ISBN-13: 9780399135132
ISBN-10: 0399135138
Publication Date: 4/26/1990
Pages: 350
Rating:
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5 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Putnam Pub Group (T)
Book Type: Hardcover
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Library discarded copy. In good shape!
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Philippa Carr (Victoria Holt) knew her way around thrilling adventure and romance. Lucie Lansdon identified the man who killed her father, but has she sent the wrong man to be executed? Even a new life and love cannot protect Lucie from the real murderer.
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Historical roamance Novel by Philippa Carr aks Victoria Holt.
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very enjoyable. Ms. Carr is one of the best at supense and romance. I love her writing under the name of Victoria Holt.
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Author is Philippa Carr, aka Victoria Holt. From the rear cover: "Has she sent the wrong man to the gallows? Or has a killer's ghost come back to haunt her? Only Lucie Lansdon could identify the man who had murdered her father. Justice was served by his execution, but nightmares of that evil face continue to haunt her. In torment, she turns to her fiance, Joel Greenham--only to lose him suddenly, under mysterious circumstances.
Yet the idyllic French countryside and loving arms of her new friends, Roland Fitzgerald and his sister, Phillida, ease the pain, and she embarks on a promising new life as Roland's wife. But when they return to England, Lucie discovers the past, too, has returned. There, outside her window, her father's murderer appears, threatening her sanity--and her life..."