Wind in the Cane by Kathryn Pippin

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Wind in the Cane surrounds the 18th century odyssey of a new-world Irishman, Matthew Delaney, from Chesapeake Bay to the Caribbean where he runs a sugar plantation on the island of St. John. Author Kathryn Pippin depicts her characters vividly as all too human; she portrays plantation life and times by descriptions of everyday life and the cruelties visited upon a large segment of humanity by way of slavery. An engaging read.


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Published January 1, 1997 by Cheston-on-Wye, Lewes, Delaware. 308 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, History, Romance. Fiction

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