The ladies are upstairs

Author: Merle Collins

Language: English

Summary: Psychogeography has a significant role to play in this lively collection of short stories, in which colonial history haunts the landscape of present-day Grenada. Eerie encounters on lonely roads and the pomp of the architecture of centuries past combine to present a richer and more engrossing picture of the “Island of Spice” than tourist brochures could ever do. Through it all runs a powerful sense of community, warmth and humanity. – Source: The Guardian

Link: Find it on Amazon

 

 

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