The stunning new novel from internationally bestselling author Deborah Rodriguez transports us to troubled, mysterious and tropical Haiti for a story of friendship, love and survival
Haiti. A poor country rich in courage, strength and love. As these four women are about to discover.
Charlie, the rootless daughter of American missionaries, now working as a hairdresser in Northern California. But the repercussions of a traumatic childhood far from home have left her struggling for her way in life.
Bea, Charlie's eccentric grandmother, who is convinced a reunion with her estranged mother will help Charlie heal.
Lizbeth, a Texas widow who has never strayed too far from home. She is on a daunting journey into the unknown, searching for the grandchild she never knew existed.
And Senzey, a young Haitian mother dealing with a lifetime of love and loss, who shows them the true meaning of bravery.
Together they venture through the teeming, colorful streets of Port-au-Prince, into the worlds of do-gooders doing more harm than good, Vodou practitioners, artists, activists, and everyday Haitian men and women determined to survive against all odds.
For Charlie, Bea, Lizbeth and Senzey, life will never be the same again . . .
Deborah Rodriguez is a hairdresser, motivational speaker and author of the international bestsellers THE KABUL BEAUTY SCHOOL and THE LITTLE COFFEE SHOP OF KABUL. She spent five years teaching and later directing the Kabul Beauty School, the first modern beauty academy and training salon in Afghanistan. Rodriguez also owned the Oasis Salon and the Cabul Coffee House, and is the founder of non-profit organization Oasis Rescue, which aims to teach women in post-conflict and disaster-stricken areas the art of hairdressing. She currently lives in Mexico and in 2014 published THE HOUSE ON CARNAVAL STREET, the sequel to THE KABUL BEAUTY SCHOOL.
For more information about Deborah visit her debbierodriguez.com