AuthorHouse, 20 févr. 2001 - 276 pages
LAWSON'S CASTLE describes the freeing of the slaves of the British Empire, and in particular, on the island of Barbados in the Caribbean Sea. Vashti, the wife of Christopher Lawson, at the peril of her life, eventually reveals the secrets of the castle and the activities of her shipwrecked husband. The book shows how a woman, with the strength and right use of the scriptures, can have courage to overcome all obstacles and forgive those who trespass against her. This book is based on the life of Sam Lord, who owned such a castle on Barbados.
The author's royalties for the book will help mainly the Memphis School of Preachin.
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Abner Acts answered appeared apprentices arms arrived asked Barbados beautiful believe Bible body brother called cane captain carriage carried castle chapter Christ Christopher Christopher's church close Daniel Desk doctor door dress Emma Jane eyes face father feel felt gave girls give hair hand happened head heard hurricane husband island James Jeffrey keep knew laughed Lawson leave letter light live looked Lydia Lynch married Maryah master mean mind morning never night noticed opened quickly reached realized returned rock Saul seemed seen ship showed side sister slaves smiling soon sound stairs stay stood stop Suddenly tell thing thought told took tree trying turned Vashti verse voice waiting walked watched window woman wondered