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From Rhyannon Byrd, author of Take Me Under, comes yet another sizzling, sensual tale of intrigue, passion, and the most dangerous risk of all? Five years after the end of his marriage and his career as a detective, Alex Hudson wears a permanent suit of armor to keep the world at bay. Now a PI in South Florida, he believes that he s better off free of romantic complications?even if a certain beautiful redhead makes him sweat with little more than a look.
This Donald Byrd matted print is an original piece of commercially printed artwork. It is not reproduced or copied in any way. The print has been matted using premium quality black mount board. (All prints are pressure mounted onto quality Kraft board for rigidity and weight). The complete item is ready to be framed and most fit into standard sized frames which are widely available.
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Captives and Voyagers traces the departures, voyages, and landings of enslaved and free blacks who left their homelands in the eighteenth century for British colonies and examines how displacement and resettlement shaped migrant society and, in turn, Britain's Atlantic empire. Alexander X. Byrd focuses on the two largest and most significant streams of black dislocation: the forced migration of Africans from the Biafran interior of present-day southeastern Nigeria to Jamaica as part of the British slave trade and the journeys of free blacks from Great Britain and British North America to Sierra Leone in West Africa.