15 edition of The Silver Swan found in the catalog.
March 4, 2008
by Henry Holt and Co.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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The Silver Swan: In Search of Doris Duke by Sallie Bingham is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early March. It's a kind of stunted, embodying 2nd person biography that shambles forward like a baboon in a ball gown and consistently reminds me that, no, Id rather not know every detail as it happens and every thought as it occurs.3/5.
“Grippingly propulsive Christine Falls was the most artful noir mystery in years; The Silver Swan is better.”―Los Angeles Times “[Black] proved he could walk the crime-fiction walk with the Edgar®-nominated Christine Falls, and now his luminous prose gets an even better infrastructure in the sequel, a faster-paced, further melancholic slice of the noir life of Dublin pathologist Cited by: 2.
THE SILVER SWAN was neither. THE SILVER SWAN kind of feels like it was heavily influenced by Penelope Douglas's Devil's Night series and Erin Watt's PAPER PRINCESS. The main character, Madi, is a "troubled" rich girl whose mother killed her husband's mistress before killing herself with one of Madi's own guns (Madi's a gun nut)/5().
The Silver Swan: In Search of Doris Duke Sallie Bingham. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $30 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book In this illuminating. The Silver Swan is f*cked. It might be the most insane story I’ve ever written with equally insane characters.
Who knew" You know, when I started this book, it was supposed to be YA. I wanted to write a book that my sisters could read. A book that won’t have people look at my mum like “damn what sort of messed up shit happened to your.