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A rendezvous in Haiti.
Stephen Becker
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A rendezvous in Haiti.

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When a peasent revolt erupts in 1919 Haiti and Caroline Barbour is taken hostage, Lieutenant McAllister and a Black priest penetrate rebel territory to save the woman he loves.
237 pages
Published February 23rd 1989 by Grafton (first published July 1st 1987)
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Stephen Becker (1927–1999) was an American author, translator, and teacher whose published works include eleven novels and the English translations of many works, including Elie Wiesel’s The Town Behind the Wall and The Forgotten and André Malraux’s The Conquerors. He was born in Mount Vernon, New York in 1927, and after serving in World War II, he graduated from Harvard University and studied in ...more
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