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Le Noireau                                                                         ISBN 978-976-95601-0-9


Le Noireau - Historical Fiction:

There was chaos in Scotland Bay Village. Everywhere, everyone was busy; packing, unpacking, leaving burnt bare lands for the Americans.

Away from the noises and confusion the aquamarine Caribbean waves played a soft calypso rhythm, strumming, rippling, kissing bare toes, feet and ankles dug deep into the cold, clammy sand.

The air was laden, ready, thick with the rancid scent of seaweed, salt and smoke carried in the spray; pushed by angry, crashing, foaming waves against a stony coastline up and around the Bay’s end.

She was misted; creating an eerie appearance as she sat back hunched on a fallen tree trunk embedded in the sand; knees tucked under the wide folds of her skirt. Damp grainy sand and the sea waters rushed up; bubbling in between her fingers and feet. Gently she rested her chin on her knees and looked out at the fading horizon, watching the day in its brilliance and splendor of death at sunset. The fiery gold of the sun’s rays; fingering, shimmering on the aquamarine canopy of the sea, dazzling blinding and ever so slowly, churning to taunting, tangerine orange and saffron reds; cascading into purple, violets and royal blue of evening time with ballet like precision. And later as stars peeping first play hide and seek with the naked eye, streaks of charcoal gray strut into midnight black, shadowing the earth into illusions of peace-fullness, as twinkling jewels finally sparkle in the phosphorescent gleam of a splendid Caribbean moonlight.

The gulf steamer disregarding war time surveillance orders; tugged by, alerting Astral Le Noireau to the lateness of the hour. She sighed lifted tiny hands from the sand and stared as the grains quietly trickled back into their places on the seemingly un-rumpled shore. The signal light of the streamer as it passed by and answering flashed from the lighthouse, momentarily blinded her as she turned huge tear filled almond shaped golden eyes up and then out, taking in the silver-ness of the long familiar Scotland Bay coastline, now bathed in the beauty of a full Caribbean moonlight. The gentle breeze blew her blue black hair into her eyes and face, as one hand rose gracefully to whip the unruly strands back into place. Silently a figure standing in the shadows of a coconut palm tree observed her.

Astral stood crying silently, watching the village she so love fade into the night shadows as the streamer padded laboriously out into the first Boca. Every inch further way from Scotland Bay felt like a fist clenching around her lung, stifling her, killing her. She stood rooted until Chateau Le Noireau was no longer visible as they rounded the bend at Delgada Point. Until tears of frustration overwhelmed her and she crumbled to the seat on the almost empty streamer. Astral Le Noireau and her precious possession were some of the last things to evacuate from her village.

The Marines had put her on the ferry.

@ Cecly Ann Mitchell 2011

La Marin                       ISBN 978-976-95601-1-6

Madras Raja & Co           ISBN 978-976-95601-2-3


La Marin 

In 1765, Frenchman Franz Claude le Noireau, flees the burning, sugar estates of San Domingue, with blood on his hands and enough of the Kings’s gold in his sachet to start a new life anywhere in the Antilles. He has succumbed to the machete wielding horrors which birth free men and new personas fleeing the French island colony.

With a handful of his trusted house slaves Franz Claude embarks on a journey through the churning Antilles to Spanish Trinidad where the light of dawn brings new meaning to his life in the virgin forest of Scotland Bay.             

Madras Raja & Co 


Crooked Cabinet            ISBN 978-976-95601-3-0

Three Rings                 ISBN 978-976-95601-4-7

Crooked Cabinet



Three Rings 



Kings Of The Caribbean   ISBN 978-976-95601-6-1

House in Christina Gardens  ISBN 978-976-95646-7-1

Kings of The Caribbean 

House in Christina Gardens