The ship has been bound for this country on its way from two large American cities.
This is a cargo-ship that travels to a Caribbean country, which was for the main characters a point of no return.
This building is neither classical nor luxurious and is built in the twentieth century fashion. It has towers, balconies, and wooden fretwork-decorations.
The place where Mr. Brown was born.
The Tonton Macoutes
This is the name for the secret police in Haiti.
The ship is bound for this city, which is where all the characters reunite at the end of the book.
Mr. Jones was to be dropped in this country behind the Japanese lines for the purpose of making a diversion.
This is a rendezvous spot in Port-au-Prince where Mr. Brown and Martha meet.
Voodoo ceremonies marked...
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