Beyond the Limbo Silence
Sarah Edgehill receives a scholarship to attend college in the U.S. She spends weeks deciding whether to go. Her grandmother is firmly against it, believing the U.S. a godless, violent, and lonely place. She'd rather Sara stay in her native Trinidad. Sara shares her grandmother's fears, but in the end, a memory from childhood makes the decision for her.
When Sara was a child, she contracted polio. She was weak and miserable; she wanted to die. Her mo... Boundaries
Recent Trinidadian immigrant Anna Sinclair must balance professional, family, and love life while working as head editor of a New York publishing house subsidiary. Anna is an ambitious 40-something intent on climbing the corporate ladder and making a home for herself in America. She spends her days and nights scouring over submitted manuscripts, editing them with meticulous care before sending them to press. Her ambition pays off. Early in her career, An... Bruised Hibiscus
Childhood friends Rosa and Zuela, each trapped in a dysfunctional and abusive marriage, plot the murder of their respective husbands. In the small town of Otahiti, Trinidad, a fisherman finds the body of a white woman washed ashore. News of her death travels through town fast. Only the wealthiest of plantation families own telephones, and there is but one radio in all of Otahiti. Nevertheless, by noon the following day everyone knows about what happened.... Prospero's Daughter
Virginia Sinclair comes of age and tries to free herself of her tyrannical British colonial father. In 1942, British medical doctor and experimental scientist Peter Gardner is exiled from Great Britain. British medical authorities sneak into his well-guarded and fortified lab on night to discover remnants of illegal experiments with human cadavers. It turns out Garder's been experimenting with growing human body parts. Gardner and his newborn daughter ar...