A Boy Named Ossie: A Jamaican Childhood
This is a crafted collection of linked stories. Through the eyes of Ossie, the reader is given a grounded and evocative sense of life in rural Jamaica - its humour, warmth and its ambitions, as well as its terrors and tribulations.
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