Crossings (Steel novel)
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Crossings is a 1982 novel that was written by Danielle Steel. The book is Steel's fourteenth novel.
The ship Normandie makes a voyage from Washington D.C. to France despite an impending war. Aboard the ship is American, Liane De Villiers, the young wife of an old ambassador to France.
List of characters
Liane Crockett de Villiers
A daughter of a world shipping enterprise, Crockett Shippings, who marries Armand after his wife's death
Armand de Villiers
Ambassador of France to the US, having returned to France, who works for the Vichy Regime of German occupied France
Odile de Villiers
Wife of Armand who dies early
President of an enterprise in steel business, Burnham Steel, who first meets Liane during crossing the Atlantic
Unfaithful wife of Nick who refuses to divorce him
Only son of Nicholas and Hillary
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