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Review of ‘The Book of Night Women’

If you pick up The Book of Night Women, you might lose a little sleep. The second novel from Kingston native Marlon James will having you flipping pages, thirsty for more story, late into the night.

On a sugar plantation in Jamaica in the late 1700s, a slave dies in childbirth. But the baby, called…

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