The Brigadier’s Daughter

Paul Callan | Epigram Books | 2017

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The one woman he will never forget…

Jin, a sensitive kampong boy with an artistic bent, is often found sketching hornbills in the jungle. Stephanie is the Eurasian daughter of an uncompromising brigadier, born into a world of racial and economic privilege. Their torrid affair, set in pre-merger Malaya, must be kept hidden at all costs. But the fragile relationship between these star-crossed lovers is threatened by a single secret—and a moment of thoughtlessness that will echo for decades.

The Brigadier’s Daughter is a tale of young love and hard choices.

ISBN: 9789814785181

Cover Type: Softcover

Page Count: 256

Year Published: 2017

Language: English

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The one woman he will never forget…

Jin, a sensitive kampong boy with an artistic bent, is often found sketching hornbills in the jungle. Stephanie is the Eurasian daughter of an uncompromising brigadier, born into a world of racial and economic privilege. Their torrid affair, set in pre-merger Malaya, must be kept hidden at all costs. But the fragile relationship between these star-crossed lovers is threatened by a single secret—and a moment of thoughtlessness that will echo for decades.

The Brigadier’s Daughter is a tale of young love and hard choices.

ISBN: 9789814785181

Cover Type: Softcover

Page Count: 256

Year Published: 2017

Language: English

Paul Callan

Epigram Books

An independent publisher based in Singapore, Epigram Books is known for putting together well-designed and thought-provoking titles. It began as a division of the multiple award-winning communications design firm Epigram but registered as a separate entity in July 2011 to champion Singaporean literature.

It is best known for the middle grade series, The Diary of Amos Lee, which has sold over 240,000 copies worldwide. Other landmark publications include translations of Cultural Medallion winners and new editions of out-of-print classic Singaporean novels.

In 2014, a debut short story collection Epigram Books published, Ministry of Moral Panic by Amanda Lee Koe, unanimously won the Singapore Literature Prize for English Fiction.

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