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Queen of Freedom by Catherine Johnson

Queen of Freedom by Catherine Johnson


1720. Blue Mountains, windward Jamaica. In the sweltering heat Captain Shettlewood leads a troop of British soldiers through the thick trees towards the river.


They are hunting slaves who have escaped from the brutal plantations. Their mission: to find them, and kill them.


But up ahead, hidden among the rocks above the water, a group of men with cutlasses and muskets wait patiently for the instructions of their leader.


Queen Nanny is a 'wise woman' with a reputation for ancient obeah magic, and a guerilla fighter with a genius for organisation.


So the battle for Jamaica begins, the First Maroon War, in which the maroons - escaped slaves - will make a final, do-or-die stand against the slavers and soldiers of Empire.



Number of pages: 128

Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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