Every Bitter Thing Sweet by Roslyn Carrington

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This is a continuation of the author's debut novel, A THIRST FOR RAIN. Here she takes the story of Rory and Odile, two of A THIRST FOR RAIN'S most intriguing characters, through their growing pains of maturity and love as each struggles for independence and self-understanding. The setting is in the northern foot-hills of Trinidad amongst a poor but proud people.

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Roslyn Carrington is a Trinidadian who has traveled extensively, but chooses to live and work on her native island. For three years, she wrote a popular weekly opinion column in Trinidad and Tobago's most established newspaper, "The Guardian. In addition to "A Thirst for Rain, Every Bitter Thing Sweet, and "Candy Don't Come in Gray, she has written a collection of short stories titled "Sex and Obeah.
Published January 1, 2001 by Kensington Publishing Corp.. 305 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Meanwhile, Rory is training to be a boxer but also works for a pharmaceutical company, a job that brings him into contact with bored drugstore-owner Zenobia, who insists they make love when Rory comes by on business.

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