Bitter Grounds


Author: Sandra Benítez

Winner of the 1998 American Book Award,,Spanning the years between 1932 and 1977, this beautifully told epic is set in the heart of El Salvador, where coffee plantations are the center of life for rich and poor alike. Following three generations of the Prieto Clan and the wealthy family they work for, this is the story of mothers and daughters who live, love, and die for the….Read More

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