Priscilla putters along in her usual life of bridge and gossip and coffee shops and shopping at the local markets in the small Indian town where she lives. Until one morning, a mysterious man known only as the Pharsee gives her a box. The thing is filthy, twitchy and just plain wrongabbut no matter what Priscilla tries, or how many cleaning boys she fires, she simply cannot get rid of it. keywords: India, love story, humor, metaphysical, Himalayas, Dharamsala, McLeod Ganj, Indian, Tibetan, meditation, metaphysical, expat, travel story, expatriates, interracial and multicultural, literaryShe hadna#39;t thought much about change, about variety...or even modifying her daily routine all that much. ... Even the regular festivals that punctuated every two or three weeks on her calendar formed part of that routine...along with the dailyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Box: An Indian Tale|
|Publisher||:||White Sun Press -|