With “Bound in Port-au-Prince”, Rafael Menton brings us the follow-up to his tale of interracial domination and the supernatural, “Revisiting a Woman of Haiti”.
It is 1914, three years after the disappearance from London society circles of the eminent academic Clement Curzon, when his younger brother, Marius, receives a strange journal in the mail from the recently resigned Member of Parliament, and now decamped with his family to the Scottish Highlands for a life of seclusion, Viscount William Pilgrim.
The journal purporting to be written in the hand of Clement Curzon himself one that tells a strange and scarcely believable tale of hypnotic mind control, Voodoo, and human bondage.
A tale intended to explain the disappearance of the champion of logic and the lion of the sciences, and one his younger and similarly minded brother can only write-off as some elaborately designed practical joke, put-together by a prankster pretending to be Pilgrim.
A prankster lacking empathy but making up for the absent compassion with a dark and none too realistic sense of humour.
None too realistic, that is, until Marius himself begins to be plagued by vivid and disturbing dreams involving the mysterious and decadent “Madame Fabienne Toussaint”.
Dreams that are about to become all too real!
This is Part-One- of-Two and the second and concluding part will follow shortly.
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