By Robert Stone
A brand new novel from an American grasp, Bay of Souls is a gripping story of romantic obsession set opposed to the backdrop of an island revolution. Michael Ahearn is a midwestern English professor who abandons his cozy lifestyles while he turns into enthusiastic about a brand new colleague from the Caribbean, Lara Purcell. while Lara claims a vodoun spirit has taken ownership of her soul, Michael follows her to her local St. Trinity, purely to discover himself in a whirlpool of 3rd international corruption. A finely wrought story of 1 man’s ethical dissolution, Bay of Souls showcases Robert Stone at his so much provocative and psychologically acute.
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How could she have known? ” I smiled amid his anxiety as the truth dawned on me. “She’s clairvoyant, my love. ” “Oh. Right. ” He scratched his head, displacing one wavy black lock. ” “Thankfully she’s good at keeping them. ” I’d had no knowledge or need of telegraphs, even if our family could have afforded them. At such a price they were a convenience for the wealthy alone. A dollar could be a whole day’s pay for many New Yorkers. I tucked the telegraphs into the drawstring bag at my wrist as Denbury began writing telegraphs of his own in return.
Bay of Souls by Robert Stone