Here are some books, if anyone is interested, that I am recommending to read if you are interested in anything related to: Puerto Rico, Genealogy, Genetics, Martinique, Guadeloupe, etc. (pretty much anything I've been blogging about!). This list will hopefully continue to grow as I add more books to my library and finish reading them. If you have something you would like to recommend for me to read - feel free to drop me a note somewhere on the blog! I'm organizing them in alphabetic order and then added what topic the books deal with, I might change the organization of it a bit later.

A Vanished World, by: Chris Lowney [Religion/ Medieval Spain]

Ancestors and Relatives, by: Eviatar Zerubavel [Ancestry/ Genetics]

Black Shack Alley, by: Joseph Zobel [Martinique]

Finding Family by: Richard Hill [Adoption/ Genetic Genealogy]

Discourse on Colonialism, by: Aimé Césaire [Colonialism/Martinique]

Languages of the Pre-Columbian Antilles, by: Julian Granberry, Gary Vescelius [Caribbean History/ Linguistics]

My Fifteen Grandmothers, by: Genie Milgrom [Sephardic Judaism/ Genealogy]

Texaco, by: Patrick Chamoiseau [Martinique/ Historical Fiction]

The Diligent, by: Robert Harms [Slave Trade/History]

The Forgetting River, by: Doreen Carvajal [Sephardic Judaism/ Genealogy]

The Jews of Spain, by: Jane Gerber [Sephardic Judaism/ Medieval Spain]

Women and Slavery in the French Antilles, 1635-1848, by: Bernard Moitt [Slavery/Women]

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