Trade Wind The scene is teeming Zanzibar just before the American Civil War when the Isle of Cloves was a center of African slave trade To it comes Hero Athena Hollis a Boston bluestocking filled with self rig
The scene is teeming Zanzibar just before the American Civil War, when the Isle of Cloves was a center of African slave trade To it comes Hero Athena Hollis, a Boston bluestocking filled with self righteousness and bent on good deeds.Then she meets Rory Frost, a cynical, wicked, shrewd and good hud trader in slaves What is Hero to make of him and of her feelings forThe scene is teeming Zanzibar just before the American Civil War, when the Isle of Cloves was a center of African slave trade To it comes Hero Athena Hollis, a Boston bluestocking filled with self righteousness and bent on good deeds.Then she meets Rory Frost, a cynical, wicked, shrewd and good hud trader in slaves What is Hero to make of him and of her feelings for him Tightly plotted, crammed with detail and irresistibly romantic Cosmopolitan Note M.M Kaye is the author of The Far Pavilions, one of the great stories to emerge from British India.
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