A retelling of the murder of Franciscan monks by Indians in Trinidad in 1699. The message: Death and murder anywhere affects us all, our society, our relationships, the water we drink and even the food we eat.
|Publisher:||H. N. Holder|
|File size:||216 KB|
About the Author
H.N. Holder was short-listed for the 2009 Commonwealth Short Story Competition for her story, “Love Story No. 8: Jane and Phillip” and is the 2nd place winner of the 2011 Small Axe Literary Contest for "The Iridescent Blue-Black Boy with Wings." When not writing fiction, Holder is a University Lecturer and an education consultant.