The Day of the Swans

The Day of the Swans

A psychological thriller

A Finalist in the People’s Book Prize

“The Day of the Swans” has beautiful visual descriptions and an effective use of different narrative viewpoints. The mystery and conflict make the reader feel really engaged. It kept me gripped until the last surprising page.”  Victoria Murua, Film Producer

The relationship between Stefan, a charismatic stalker, and Anna, a clinical psychologist is both intriguing and erotic. When Stefan tells her that she’s his long-lost sister she believes she’s treating a highly delusional man. But after she discovers that her parents have been lying to her, Stefan invades not only Anna’s life, but her dreams as well. Who is telling the truth?

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Some reviews from the People’s Book Prize website:

“Great novel: easy to read, gripping, great atmosphere, unexpected finale. Excellent read!”

“I really enjoyed reading this book. The subject matter appeals to me and I was interested to learn more about cognitive behaviour therapy. I became involved with the characters and I could not put the book down. It was gripping and the ending did not disappoint. Well done!”

“This is a fantastic book. Once I started reading it I couldn’t put it down. Having had some experience with cognitive behaviour therapy it is extremely believable and had me on the edge of my seat as each page turned.”

“The cover grabbed my attention on the publisher’s website. The gorgeous image just had to sit on my shelf. And was more than pleasantly surprised with the read. Loved getting to know the characters and hiding behind widely-splayed fingers when I just knew they were getting themselves into strife. Congrats to the writer. Didn’t see the ending coming. Recommended for a great winter weekend read.”

“Great read, I couldn’t put it down.”

You can find more reviews on the People’s Book Prize website.


Genre: Psychological Fiction
Publisher: Indigo Dreams Publishing
Publication Year: 2012
Format: Ebook & Paperback
Length: 245
ISBN: 9781731572103
List Price: £7.99
eBook Price: £3.50
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