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Living on an Arc: A Caribbean Memoir By Brent Wilson
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Brent Wilson fled the rat race of the Developed World and moved to Nevis, one of the Caribbean’s tiniest and least-developed islands. He took just a few, simple possessions: a suitcase filled... More > with underwear, a copy of Robinson Crusoe, and some string. Brent discovered that Caribbean life is not all sun, rum and sand. His arrival coincided with Hurricane Hugo, and he encountered tarantulas in his toilet and scorpions in his bed. He could barely understand the islanders, and during his first years on Nevis grew close to a nineteen-year-old woman dead over three hundred years. But Brent stuck it out while watching other hopefuls come and go, beaten by the realities of tropical life. Eventually he even managed to find that most unlikely of things—a real, live woman prepared to put up with him. This is an account of Brent’s years on Nevis, and how he finally had to choose between Jacqui, the woman he had found, and Nevis, the island he had come to love.< Less
The Caribbean Evening By Edwin Elford
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The mutilated body of a man is discovered floating in the pool at a state-of-the-art Leisure Centre in North West London. DCI Robert McKay and DS Charlie Bennett of the Met investigate. They find... More > themselves drawn into the varied personal lives of the staff of the Centre who are all affected in one way or another by the death.< Less
Caribbean Cruising By Emma Allen
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Caribbean Cruising is THE blueprint for those who have wondered what working onboard cruise ships is really like? Do you have what it takes to work onboard a ship for six to ten months of the year?... More > Are you looking for a new adventure? Then you have found the right book. This guide was written by a former cruise line team member to help those who want to work, live and travel onboard floating hotels and earn a living whilst traveling the world. Filled with up to date research on how to apply, interview techniques, the entire process from land to sea and personal experiences, 'Caribbean Cruising' is definitely a must read of what to expect from when you step on the ship to the end of the contract.< Less
In the Shade of the Caribbean By Steve Kralick
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Writers, just like everyone else, often dream of far-off places; however, there is a tendency in the Caribbean-once you get the sand between your toes, it drives you insanely back again and again... More > until you finally live there. What about family and friends? How do you divide the time and still keep pace with your work? Steve Kralick, an author with more than thirty-four years spent in the islands, explains the pro's and con's of trying to live the dream through his main character, Cole Benton. Join in the magic and tragic of island life. See what it's really like, and along the way, think about the examples learned from this fascinating novel of truth, dreams, torment, desires and love as Kralick, once again, weaves a tropical spell for all of us to garner on our way to paradise. Drift back in time to the early seventies in the US Virgin Islands. It's so real,you might wonder if Benton and Kralick are one and the same. Never mind. The lessons he teaches are the real treasures in this great read.< Less
In the Shade of the Caribbean By Steve Kralick
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Writers, just like everyone else, often dream of far-off places; however, there is a tendency in the Caribbean-once you get the sand between your toes, it drives you insanely back again and again... More > until you finally live there. What about family and friends? How do you divide the time and still keep pace with your work? Steve Kralick, an author with more than thirty-four years spent in the islands, explains the pro's and con's of trying to live the dream through his main character, Cole Benton. Join in the magic and tragic of island life. See what it's really like, and along the way, think about the examples learned from this fascinating novel of truth, dreams, torment, desires and love as Kralick, once again, weaves a tropical spell for all of us to garner on our way to paradise. Drift back in time to the early seventies in the US Virgin Islands. It's so real,you might wonder if Benton and Kralick are one and the same. Never mind. The lessons he teaches are the real treasures in this great read.< Less
Sixth Caribbean Family By samuel nathan
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The sixth in the series of a Caribbean Family, spanning through time, from slavery to present day living!
Delicious Caribbean Cuisine By R. D. Dalen
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Food plays a central role in family life and traditions in the islands. Cooks spend days preparing menu offerings for holidays, festivals, and special family gatherings. The cuisine of the Caribbean... More > is a cultural patchwork quilt representing the bounty of the islands' lush tropical vegetation, combined with the one or more diverse groups of people that have lived there, including the original Carib and Arawak Indians, followed by the Spanish, British, French, and Dutch settlers, as well as Africans, who have had a profound influence on the food and cultural traditions of the islands. Later followed Indian and Chinese settlers, and travelers from the United States. As a result, Caribean cuisine is diverse and delicious-- no matter which variety or island specialty one tries. The best Pina Coladss in the world and great for outside parties! Try these recipes!!  < Less
My Caribbean Family Favorite Foods By Krista Wilson
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I was born in Trinidad and Tobago, but I live in the US. All these recipes are for foods that my family eats regularly. Thrown in are some of the local folklore and some jokes.
Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest By Yna Maara
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In ancient times goddess Calypso lived on the Earth. She was incredibly gorgeous and owned all the waters of the planet. Her wanderings through the waters led her to a simple sailor Davy Jones. They... More > fell in love with each other. One day Jones arranged a date with her but she didn’t come. The man in love decided Calypso had betrayed him. He cut his heart out to relieve his suffering and put it into a chest. The sailor hid this chest on the unknown land. He became a bloodthirsty pirate and sailed on the ship “Flying Dutchman”. He looked for the debtors. Captain Jack Sparrow became one of these debtors. Now he has to find out one hundred innocent souls in exchange for his one. These souls will be Davy Jones’ slaves instead of Jack. Will Turner is an obstacle for Jack Sparrow’s aim.< Less
Caribbean Calorie Counter & Conscious Eating Guide By Patricia Thompson
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This small, easy-to-carry book is ideal for Caribbean people and visitors to the island who want to enjoy the delicious foods but may also need to watch their caloric intake. The book focuses on... More > Caribbean foods, and doesn’t just include the usual fruits and vegetables, but also provide caloric content for desserts and puddings, fast foods, alcoholic drinks, Ethnic dishes and even condiments and sauces.< Less

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