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Three-Stone Fires: A Novel of Haiti in 1982…

Three-Stone Fires: A Novel of Haiti in 1982

by Baz Cunningham

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A historical adventure novel, set in Haiti in the turbulant world of Baby Doc in 1982. Two Americans find themselves in the middle of a complex business deal involving the US government, a giant US corporation, and the Haitian government- a situation that could cost them their lives! The novel is full of history and stories about the Haitian people, their lifestyles, their religion and culture, their country, and their struggle for a life amidst an oppressive and ruthless regime. Readers will learn about the poorest country in our hemisphere and what makes Haiti and their people unique, all the while following the exploits of Bones and Sonny as they try to figure out who, what and why they are being pursued and threatened with their lives.
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