Book Review: Caravan by Dorothy Gilman

Caravan by Dorothy Gilman

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved the main character and how like the gypsy caravan of her childhood was to the caravans of Africa. A rollicking adventure, clean but violent, sexy, daring, and mischievous antics by all. She is twice married, once loved and ends wealthy and helping get people out of slavery around the world. Yes indeed she had magic, mostly in caring and loving deeply.

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Amazon blurb

With her anthropologist husband murdered and their caravan stolen by fierce Tuareg tribesmen, Caressa has two choices: death or a life of slavery. Concealing her dangerous beauty beneath the faded robes of an Arab boy, she embarks on the adventure of her life, harassed by vicious nomads, slave traders and the envious witch doctor, Isa. Only a handful of carnival magic tricks stands between her and oblivion. Then she discovers an inner magic so mysteriously compelling that the desert people call her a sorceress.

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