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SAVANERO AUTHOR READS FROM HIS NEW BOOK

Oct. 10, 2001 – Romeo Malone, a writer raised in Savan, has written The Savanero, the story of his life and the life of his father, Josh Malone. He will read from the book and sign copies at 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Virgin Islands Cultural Heritage Institute, St. Thomas.
The book begins with the devastating hurricane of October 9, 1916, that swept through the then Danish West Indies, and Josh Malone's subsequent migration to St. Thomas. It continues from the author's birth through his World War II Army service. Romeo Malone has dedicated his book "to all Savaneros, young and old, who inspired his craft," according to a release from the Institute.
Romeo Malone has also written Salona Travis, a novel with a St. Thomas background.
The Institute is located at 5-6 Kongens Gade, popularly known as "Education Street." For more information call 774-9537.

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Oct. 10, 2001 - Romeo Malone, a writer raised in Savan, has written The Savanero, the story of his life and the life of his father, Josh Malone. He will read from the book and sign copies at 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Virgin Islands Cultural Heritage Institute, St. Thomas.
The book begins with the devastating hurricane of October 9, 1916, that swept through the then Danish West Indies, and Josh Malone's subsequent migration to St. Thomas. It continues from the author's birth through his World War II Army service. Romeo Malone has dedicated his book "to all Savaneros, young and old, who inspired his craft," according to a release from the Institute.
Romeo Malone has also written Salona Travis, a novel with a St. Thomas background.
The Institute is located at 5-6 Kongens Gade, popularly known as "Education Street." For more information call 774-9537.