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Flesh and Grass

A novel by

Seventeenth-century Holland was a major power with a large, wealthy middle class built on spices and slavery. Dutch schemes to colonize the New World brought few interested parties, but Pieter Cornelissoon Boom, an early Mennonite with a dream of communal living, brings a few families to Delaware Bay in 1663. Their "Little Common-wealth" is just getting started when the bloody economic rivalry between Holland and England unleashes violence on the coast of Delaware. The Nieuw Netherland colonies swing between Dutch and English ownership in a series of Anglo-Dutch wars. Cornelis, Boom's blind son, tells the story of the community (based loosely on the ill-fated Delaware settlement of Pieter Plockhoy) in its various forms of existence, relying on his exquisite memory of scent.

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Paperback Editions

June 2011 : USA Paperback
thumbTitle: Flesh and Grass
Author(s): Libby Cone
ISBN: 1-4515-1288-0 / 978-1-4515-1288-5 (USA edition)
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Kindle Editions

February 2010 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
thumbTitle: Flesh and Grass
Author(s): Libby Cone
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