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De Rightest Place

Indira Gabriel, recently abandoned by her lover, embarks on a project to reinvigorate a dilapidated bar into something special. Like a Trinidadian Cheers, a rich cast of characters come together in this warm, funny, sexy, and bittersweet first novel. At the book’s centre is the unforgettable Indira, with her ebullience and sadness, her sharpness and honesty, obsession with the daily horoscope and addiction to increasingly absurd self-help books. Age is of no concern to Barbara Jenkins, or good writing. At the age of 76 she has produced some of the best comic writing to come out of the Caribbean since early V.S. Naipaul, Sam Selvon and Earl Lovelace.

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Author(s)
Barbara Jenkins
ISBN
9781845234225
Pages
296
Price
£10.99
Classification
Fiction, Novels, Ebook and print
Setting
Trinidad and Tobago
Date published
6 Sep 2018

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Barbara Jenkins

Barbara Jenkins was born in Trinidad. She studied at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and at the University College, Cardiff. She married a fellow student, and they continued to live in Wales through the whole decade of the sixties. In the early seventies they returned to Trinidad.

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