When news of Sir Harry Oakes’ murder broke to the world on the morning of July, 8, 1943, one man was more concerned than most. He was the Duke of Windsor, then Governor of the British colony, whose job it was to ensure that the killer was caught and brought to justice. Although many believe… Continue reading Blood and Fire
The present work concludes the important and monumental undertaking of Islanders in the Stream: A History of the Bahamian People, creating the most thorough and comprehensive history yet written of a Caribbean country and its people. In the first volume Michael Craton and Gail Saunders traced the developments of a unique archipelagic nation from aboriginal… Continue reading A History of the Bahamian People
An examination of the social aspects of Bahamian society between the early-19th and mid-20th centuries, locating the Bahamas within the regional and historical context of the West Indies. It shows that the Bahamas’ social development bears great similarities to other countries of the Caribbean.
From India Hicks, a beautifully illustrated guide to achieving her famously undone, gloriously bohemian decorating style. Born from British and design royalty, India Hicks has forged a design empire from her family’s enclave in the Bahamas. In India Hicks: Island Style, she invites readers into her world, offering never-before-seen imagery and irresistible behind-the-scenes stories. Beginning… Continue reading India Hicks: Island Style
Linda Patrice Smith has nine years of professional experience and specializes in writing romance novels, short stories and poetry. Most recently she penned “I’m in Love with My Doctor but He Doesn’t Know It: Kept Secret,” a story that details a 10-year period in the author’s life, during which time she faced a number of… Continue reading I’m in Love with My Doctor But He Doesn’t Know It