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DORINE S. O’GARRO Presents


her four books:


Montserrat on My Mind - Tales of Montserrat. In this book the author, who resides in New York, wrote of her childhood and early adolescence in Montserrat. She was motivated by the Soufriere Hills volcano which began to erupt on July 8, 1995.


Montserrat in the Heart of the Caribbean, America and England. The author continued to write stories of her experiences in Montserrat and the Diaspora. One story, Miss Tillie, stands out for its humanitarian touch.


Miss Tillie - The Novel. Obeying the views of her readers who convinced her that Miss Tillie is more than a short story, the author returned to it, and Miss Tillie, herself, stepped off the page and helped her to finish the weaving of her tale. Readers, you’ll love Miss Tillie! She is kind, motherly and compassionate.


Maamie and Parpie Daley of Montserrat. The author writes about two New York born grandchildren, Maggie and Syd Daley, who spent their summer vacations with their grandparents Magdalene and Gabriel Daley, their beloved Maamie and Parpie from pre-school to their Junior and Senior years in High School. Maamie and Parpie Daley taught them many interesting things about their ancestors and the island and its culture.


The author may be reached at her home in New York at 1 (718) 276-1278


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