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  • Firstborn

    The Life of Luis Fred Kennedy 1908-1982 by

    Firstborn, which celebrates the legacy of Luis Fred Kennedy, his family and business, is a narrative that takes on a character of its own, larger than life. At the age of twenty one, after the sudden death of his father in 1930, Luis Fred became ...

  • The Life & Times of Alexander Hamilton

    Two Apples that Fell from the Same Tree by

    ROBERT GARY DODDS uncovered and wrote about the pivotal role Hamilton ancestors played in world-historical events, many forgotten yet impacting history. Read of the Hamilton Clan’s earliest evidenced ancestor born in the 9th century, his descendent ...

  • Relics of a Saint

    A Barbados Mystery by

    Recently divorced, Dan is still fit and handsome and some might even describe him as having a roguish smile. But after a worrisome medical checkup, and learning that the beloved heritage house he once owned has met the wrecking ball, it feels like ...

  • Pioneers of the Caribbean


    Pioneers of the Caribbean invites readers to share the journey of two modern pioneers from the Caribbean Dolvis and Veronica. The story takes you on their voyage to the land of opportunities and their vision of goals and dreams for their family. ...

  • Journey Back To Watooka

    A Story Of Guyana by

    Open Journey Back To Watooka and take a reading leap out of your ordinary world into one that is truly unique, remarkable and mesmerizing ... that of Guyana. Locate it and master your mind to the magniffcent wonders of rainforest ora, fauna and ...

  • Ratoon

    Tying the Roots of my Family Name to my Parents’ Lives by

    In Ratoon, Lawrence Walrond describes the quest for the history of his family name and for his roots. Unrelenting research takes him from 7th-century Germany through 11th-century France and England and eventually to 17th-century Caribbean countries. ...

  • Confederate Patriot, Journalist, and Poet:

    The Multifaceted Life of José Agustín Quintero by

    José Agustín Quintero (1829-1885) was a Cuban American from New Orleans, Louisiana who skillfully and energetically represented the Confederacy in northeastern Mexico during the Civil War. This dynamic multilingual leader helped coordinate the ...