Sybilia turned as if sleepwalking and, trance-like, walked down the stone steps to the living room. She shuddered as she took the rifle from the peg on the wall, but after only a moment's hesitation, she loaded it and went outside. Sybilia Rocca is beautiful, gentle and intelligent. But she is also Corsican and in her blood runs the intense passions of her race - the passions that drive her to shoot her father-in-law before stunned witnesses in the small square of the windswept town set high on a Corsican hillside. What is ...

The Corsican Woman 2000, Little, Brown & Company, New York

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