Drums Of Destiny by Peter Bourne (Popular Library 237 – 1950)

Drums Of Destiny by Peter Bourne

Drums Of Destiny by Peter Bourne

“Aren’t My Kisses Worth Anything?”

He looked into her tempting, unscrupulous eyes and for answer pressed his lips against her sensuous mouth. Thus did Phebe, honey-colored dancing girl of Saint-Domingue, light devils of desire in Duncan Stewart. Thus did Phebe come to symbolize Haiti itself, enchanting island with the power to turn men to swine. Wanted for murder in London, Stewart stayed on in the Paris of the West Indies. He practiced medicine among voodoo-worshipping blacks in whose veins revolt flowed like molten lava. He won the friendship of men like Toussant and Henri the First and ultimately played a part in the deadliest, lustiest pageant in the entire history of the Western Hemisphere!

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Title: Drums Of Destiny
Author: Graham Montague Jeffries writing as Peter Bourne
Imprint & Number: Popular Library 237
Cover price: none
Publication date: 1950
Cover artist: Earle Bergey
ISBN: none

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