Montaro Caine by Sidney Poitier
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Montaro Caine Summary
A baby is born with a coin in her hand. An orphan crafts a mysterious wooden object. The CEO of a large corporation finds himself under extraordinary pressure at work and at home. And on a remote hilltop on a Caribbean island, a medicine man seems to understand the meaning of all these events and to hold the key to the future.
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"A pleasant surprise, elegantly written and keenly observed. Think of it, in a way, as a Little Prince for grown-ups, without the aeronautics." - Kirkus
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Sidney Poitier Author Biography
Sidney Poitier was born prematurely on February 20, 1927 on a boat, en route
to Miami, Florida. He grew up in The Bahamas, leaving school when he was
thirteen. When he was 16, he went to live with his brother in
Florida. He served briefly in the US Army before moving to New York where
he successfully auditioned for the American Negro Theater.
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