Stories from a childhood lived when Barbados was getting ready for independence, by a master story teller who went through college and law school in New York and has led a purpose-filled life in the United States, Caribbean and African countries, working for human rights of refugees and immigrants.
From the first sentence, you are walking in Bridgetown with a curious, cheerful 14-year old boy who is doing his best to grow up happy, healthy, and playing cricket when Barbados is shaking off centuries of imperialism, subjugation and slavery.
Expected publication date, late 2017.
Richard Andrew King, the author, practices immigration law out of New York City, Rich King Law and is an occasional contributor to MJoTA websites click here
The book itself: 15 stories, some of their titles are listed below.
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