Swann By 

Carol Shields 


To her neighbors, Mary Swann was a simple, hardworking farm wife; her delicate poems are discovered only after she is brutally murdered. The strange, evocative verses attract the attention of an earnestly self-absorbed feminist scholar, a pompous literary biographer, a virginal, small-town librarian, and a curmudgeonly, retired newspaper editor.



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