CRACK OF DOOM by Hugh Edwards

CRACK OF DOOM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Three distinct panels in West Indian civilization form the background of this chronicle novel, reaching from pirate days to the present. Jamaica -- the Barbadoes -- a rich background -- each of three periods brought into focus at the time of a cataclysm of nature. Almost brittle in style, yet striking -- unsentimental, but with a certain haunting loveliness. Not for the reader who looks for sheer entertainment. Sell to the discriminating reader who demands distinction.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1934
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill