The Corsican Woman

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Pub Date 02 Nov 2017 | Archive Date 08 Dec 2017

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Set on the island of Corsica during the Second World War, The Corsican Woman is a stunning novel of passion and revenge.

When the beautiful Sybilia is married off to the son of her town’s leader, she soon discovers that being a woman in 1940s Corisca comes with few freedoms. 

But when the Second World War reaches the remote island, Sybilia is pressed into service for her country as a spy and as an assistant to a new arrival in town: the American captain Robin Moore. The two fall into a passionate love, much to the anger of her cruel father-in-law. Pregnant with Moore’s child, she is left a pariah when her lover is posted abroad, never to return again.

Sybilia lives out the next twenty-five years alone, burdened with a deep sadness at the betrayal and loss of her lover. It isn’t until long after the war ends when she discovers the true fate of Robin Moore. A fate that sets her on the path to vengeance…

Set on the island of Corsica during the Second World War, The Corsican Woman is a stunning novel of passion and revenge.

When the beautiful Sybilia is married off to the son of her town’s leader, she...


A Note From the Publisher

Madge Swindells was born and educated in England. As a teenager, she emigrated to South Africa where she studied archaeology at Cape Town University. Later, in England, she was a Fleet Street journalist and the manager of her own publishing company. Her earlier novels, Summer Harvest, Song of the Wind, Shadows on the Snow, Edelweiss, The Sentinel and Harvesting the Past were international bestsellers and have been translated into eight languages.

Madge Swindells was born and educated in England. As a teenager, she emigrated to South Africa where she studied archaeology at Cape Town University. Later, in England, she was a Fleet Street...


Advance Praise

‘Madge Swindells captures beautifully the flavour of Corsica and its turbulent inhabitants’ - Evening Standard

‘Madge Swindells captures beautifully the flavour of Corsica and its turbulent inhabitants’ - Evening Standard


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