#Bookreview: Born of Love

Review of Born of Love Born of Love by Rita Baker opens with a gripping scene of a young woman who has just hurled herself into the sea off Ellis Island. As the icy water numbs her, she recalls the shock of learning that her parents withheld her true heritage from her until she was … Continue reading #Bookreview: Born of Love

#BookReview: The Sons and Daughters of Toussaint

My Review Prior to picking up Keith Madsen’s debut novel, The Sons and Daughters of Toussaint, my view of the country of Haiti had been through the stereotypical lens of the news media. Haiti is typically portrayed as a third-world country in the Caribbean whose people live in grinding poverty, beset by periodic hurricanes, earthquakes, … Continue reading #BookReview: The Sons and Daughters of Toussaint