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Following a business trip in London, Carolyn and David Bruce are looking forward to a short vacation before returning to New York.

But their plans are shattered when David is suddenly run over and killed by an out-of-control taxi.

Now a widow, Carolyn struggles to come to terms with her husband’s unexpected death. And as the police investigation unfolds, Carolyn begins to suspect that David’s death may not have been an accident after all…

What’s more, David seems to have hidden the truth of his business dealings from his wife.

Soon, Carolyn is caught up in a murky web of deceit and greed which could cost her her own life.

Was David’s death truly an accident? Or will Carolyn be the next victim of a twisted tale of money and murder?

The Swiss Legacy is a gripping thriller filled with twists and turns until the very last page.

Praise for The Swiss Legacy

‘…a clever, sophisticated thriller about high finance and ruthless men, and, thank goodness, an intelligent heroine.’ — Dorothy Eden

Praise for The Romanov Ransom

‘Anne Armstrong Thompson goes from strength to strength. The ingredients of her new book — espionage, a treasure hunt, the still unsolved mystery of the Romanovs, and a pair of fire-and-ice lovers — make marvelous reading.’ - Dorothy Eden

‘…silk-stocking suspense story’ – Kirkus Reviews

Anne Armstrong Thompson was born in Lexington, Kentucky and received a B.S. degree in Economics from the University of Kentucky and an M.A. degree in Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. She has worked in Washington and lived in Georgetown. Upon her marriage to architect Milton Thompson, Jr., she returned to Kentucky, where she served as Medicaid Director in the Department of Health. Having travelled extensively, Thompson now lives in Kentucky with her husband and two sons.

The Swiss Legacy by Anne Armstrong Thompson

    • Item Weight : 12 ounces
    • Hardcover : 216 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 0671218514
    • ISBN-13 : 978-0671218515
    • Publisher : Simon & Schuster (November 15, 1974)
    • Language: : English
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