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The White Woman On The Green Bicycle by Roffey, Monique, ISBN: 9780670073504
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ISBN: 9780670073504
Publisher: Viking, Australia
Published: 1 June, 2009
Format: Paperback
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)
Editions: 4 other editions of this product

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The White Woman On The Green Bicycle

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An unforgettable love story, brimming with passion and politics, set over fifty years in Trinidad - a place at times enchanting, and at times highly dangerous . . . When George and Sabine Harwood arrive in Trinidad from England as young newlyweds, they have with them just a couple of suitcases and Sabine's prized green bicycle. Their intention is to stay for not more then three years, but George falls in love with the island. Sabine, however, is ill at ease with the racial segregation and unrest in her new home, and takes solace in the freedom of her green bicycle. George and Sabine become more entangled in their life on the island - in all its passion and betrayals - and Sabine's bicycle takes her places she wouldn't otherwise go. One day George make a discovery that forces him to realise that extent of the secrets between them, and is seized by an urgent, desperate need to prove his love for her - with tragic consequences. 'Boundless in its understanding of the human spirit . . . will resonate with readers everywhere.' Olive Senior, poet, writer and Caribbean woman of letters 'Monique Roffey is a writer of verve, vibrancy and compassion . . . a joy to read.' Sarah Hall, author of The Electric Michelangelo, shortlisted for the 2004 Man Booker Prize '...... an intriguing portrait of a marriage that resonates long after the last page is turned...... ' Sunday Telegraph '...... and epic and strikingly original love story set in hot, steamy Trinidad,' Australian Women's Weekly

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