We are continuing to fulfil orders.
Due to various complications caused by the Coronavirus situation, in some cases delivery may take slightly longer than usual.
We really appreciate your patience and understanding.
A Black Englishman is an epic and intimate novel about love and loyalty, revenge and faith, race and identity, and what it takes to be human. India, 1920: exotic, glamorous and wrenching away from Britain's colonial grip, only to be thrown into religious violence and terrorism. Isabel, a young woman in search of herself and in flight from the ravages of the Great War, has married a career soldier whose brutality and cruelty sicken her. Upon arrival in India she is thrust headlong into a passionate and dangerous liaison with Sam, an Indian doctor who insists, against all the odds, on the right to be both black and British. 'This is a fine novel in which character and situation are perfectly balanced against a dramatic and perennially fascinating historical watershed.' Elizabeth Buchan, Daily Mail AUTHOR: Carolyn Slaughter was born in India, raised in Botswana and educated in Britain. She has trained as a psychotherapist and works with traumatized women and children. She now lives in America.