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  • THE SALT ROADS. by Hopkinson, Nalo.
    Hopkinson, Nalo.
    THE SALT ROADS.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Warner, (2003.). SIGNED first edition - INSCRIBED on the title page. Fascinating historical novel by this award winning writer. Spanning the centuries, and imbued by the spirit of Afro-Caribbean mythology, it tells the stories of 3 women - Mer, a slave-midwife struggling to survive on the island of Saint Domingue, before it was renamed Haiti; Jeanne who is having an affair with the 19th century French bohemian poet Charles Baudelaire, and Meritet, a 3rd century Nubian prostitute who becomes known as 'St Mary of the Desert.'

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 75613
    View cart More details Price: $30.00
  • THE SALT ROADS. by Hopkinson, Nalo.
    Hopkinson, Nalo.
    THE SALT ROADS.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Warner, (2003.). SIGNED first edition - INSCRIBED on the title page. Fascinating historical novel by this award winning writer. Spanning the centuries, and imbued by the spirit of Afro-Caribbean mythology, it tells the stories of 3 women - Mer, a slave-midwife struggling to survive on the island of Saint Domingue, before it was renamed Haiti; Jeanne who is having an affair with the 19th century French bohemian poet Charles Baudelaire, and Meritet, a 3rd century Nubian prostitute who becomes known as 'St Mary of the Desert.'

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 61561
    View cart More details Price: $32.50
  • THE SALT ROADS. by Hopkinson, Nalo.
    Hopkinson, Nalo.
    THE SALT ROADS.

    Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Warner, (2003.). SIGNED first edition - SIGNED on the title page. Fascinating historical novel by this award winning writer. Spanning the centuries, and imbued by the spirit of Afro-Caribbean mythology, it tells the stories of 3 women - Mer, a slave-midwife struggling to survive on the island of Saint Domingue, before it was renamed Haiti; Jeanne who is having an affair with the 19th century French bohemian poet Charles Baudelaire, and Meritet, a 3rd century Nubian prostitute who becomes known as 'St Mary of the Desert.'

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 30399
    View cart More details Price: $30.00