The Swindler’s daughter

Reviewed by:

Beth Swanson, voracious reader


The Swindler’s daughter


Stephanie H. McGee



Publication date:





352 pages


Secrets and lies. Having grown up in high society with mother pulling all the strings trying to hook daughter up into a society family, when a letter arrives to inform said daughter that her father just passed, she believes him dead most of her life. But traveling alone to a small town, Lillian Doyle finds that her father died in a jail. And even more startling is that he has left his business, really all his possessions to her!

That legacy is really messy. Lillian arrives at her father’s Georgia home and finds it occupied by another woman who claims it is promised to her son. In an attempt to clear all this up, Lillian discovers a total family she never knew and danger to herself.

Read to uncover mystery of her father’s business and partner. Intrigue is involved as several thought they would inherit it all, however, no one even knew he had a daughter who would receive all of the inheritance.


5 out of 5

Suggested audience:

Sixteen on up

Christian impact:

When things in life don’t go as planned, it is easy to blame God but our prayers are answered in His time and way.

Also includes:

-preview chapter

-historical note

-author info

The Swindler's Daughter

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