The Ebony SwanLarge Print - 1992
"Energetic and richly textured...If terror and murder can be rendered ladylike, Phyllis Whitney is just the lady to do it." ATLANTA JOURNAL & CONSTITUTION Susan Prentice has come home to Virgina's eastern shores, to the very spot where her mother fell to her death twenty-five years before, also the home of Alex Montoro, her proud, intense grandmother. But Susan's arrival has alarmed people who fear what may lie dormant in Susan's memory. Especially Alex. For she believes her granddaughter is the only living witness to the tragedy. Together Alex and Susan must pry open the locked doors of the past, where burning passions, dark secrets, and hidden danger must be challenged to set the present free.
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1992.
Characteristics: ix, 439 p. (large print) ; 22 cm.