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Hues of Blackness: A Jamaican Saga

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In the jewel of the Caribbean, against a rich canvas of history and myth, comes a story of one woman's determination to reclaim her beloved land.... When Amy experiences a debilitating stroke as a result of an ongoing dispute with the belligerent Mr. Barclay, she is left with much to say but an inability to communicate. Though her daughter and granddaughter rush to her ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published March 24th 2011 by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC
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Fiona
Oct 22, 2012 Fiona rated it it was amazing
I came to read this saga from an intelligent author, through a love of Jamaica. It is a place where some of my family live and thus I've had the priviledge to visit.As a writer myself, I was looking at Rosey's clever technique. Her research shines through. The use of a family tree was the map to this historical treat. I did get the luxurious backdrop fix to reminisce but also an insight into true matriarchal love. A bonus!
The survival of these women came from their faith and diligence. Whilst th
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