Alicia Maldonado: A Mother Lost
|Author||Dr. Ardian Isma|
|About the Author||
Dr. Ardain Isma is a Haitian-born writer, well-versed in the mystery and wonder of many diverse cultures. Heís an educator with the Broward County school board in South Florida, and also teaches at Nova Southeastern University and Broward Community College. Heís written several published articles on multiculturalism, holds a Ph.D. in Education, and lives with his wife and three children in Plantation, Florida.
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Alicia Maldonado is the tumultuous and tormented story of a beautiful, aristocratic and universally enchanting white woman born in Cuba in 1943 to a well-to-do land owning family. She arrives in Haiti with her parents after they flee Cuba following the Batista regimeís political turmoil. The family settles in Les Cayes, on the exotic Caribbean coast, where the young lady blossoms within a tropical paradise. She grows up to marry Richard Laveaux, the son of a wealthy mulatto family, despite her motherís protests.