Tag Archives: Jamaica

Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton

Captain Charles Hunter isn’t your ordinary sea captain.  The year is 1665 and Captain Hunter is a privateer in search of riches in the cut-throat world of Jamaica’s Port Royale.  With a nod from the island’s governor, Captain Hunter gathers … Continue reading

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My Name is Resolute by Nancy E. Turner

Do you love historical fiction?  Do you enjoy a gripping adventure?  Do you have the time to read a 600 page page-turner? If you answered “yes” to these questions, My Name is Resolute is a must read for you! The novel … Continue reading

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Sacred Hunger by Barry Unsworth

“She carried death for the cotton broker who owned her, or so at least his son believed.  For Erasmus Kemp it was always to seem that the shop had killed his father, and the thought poisoned his memories.” Booker prize … Continue reading

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The Long Song by Andrea Levy

Set in a narrative fiction, The Long Song is the story of a Jamaican slave, Miss July, told at the request of her adult son – a proprietor of a publishing house.  Miss July is a reluctant teller, but she … Continue reading

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