"Olivia invites you to visit Jamaica and her childhood home, Twickenham, in Norma Jennings’s debut novel, 'Daughter of the Caribbean.'
A young girl of mixed race parentage, Olivia spends much of her childhood in Jamaica in the company of her grandmother, Edith. Miss Edith, known to locals as Sedith, has known good times and difficult ones. As custodian of the family history, she passes the information down to her grandchildren. Little Olivia takes in the information even as it helps to shape her."
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