The Farming of Bones

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It is 1937, and Amabelle Desir is a young Haitian woman working as a maid for a wealthy family in the Dominican Republic, across the border from her homeland. The Republic, under the iron rule of the Generalissimo, treats the Haitians as second-class citizens, and although Amabelle feels a strong sense of loyalty to her employers, especially since her own parents drowned crossing the river from Haiti, racial tensions are heightened when Amabelle's boss accidentally kills a Haitian in a car accident. The accident is a ...

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The Farming of Bones
2013, Soho Press, New York

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2003, Soho Press, New York, NY

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2000, Abacus, London

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1999, Penguin Books, New York, NY

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1999, Abacus, London

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1999, Turtleback Books

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1999, Thorndike Press, Thorndike, ME

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1999, Turtleback Books

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1998, Little, Brown & Company, New York

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