Golden Child: A Novel Characters

Claire Adam
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Clyde

Clyde is a Trinidadian man who lives in a village that is somewhat close to the city of Port of Spain, Trinidad. He lives in a house he inherited from his father. Clyde has a wife named Joy, and he has two twin sons named Peter and Paul. Clyde has not had access to much formal education, and he works as a manual laborer in order to provide for his family. He is a loving and dedicated father, and he most desires for his sons to have more prosperous lives than him. After the twins are born, Clyde willingly accepts financial help from his uncle-in-law, Vishnu. When Vishnu dies, he leaves $250,000 to be used for the education of Peter, who is by far the more intelligent of the two sons.

When the twins are 13 years old, a group of criminals find out about the money, kidnap Paul, and...

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