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Flirting with Destiny

This timely collection of articles, essays and speeches, some of which first

appeared in the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian, offers fresh and interesting perspectives on the issues and ideas facing the author during his public life. The collection is sandwiched between a brief autobiographical introduction, and an epilogue which offers his perspective on the sequence of events that led to his exclusion from the slate of candidates presented by the People's National Movement for Trinidad and Tobago's General Election in May 2010.

"In Flirting with Destiny, Taylor embarks on a journey of self-discovery exploring ancestral roots and celebrating a rich family heritage. The enlightening essays cover a broad spectrum of contemporary issues and harbour the skills of a consummate writer.''


Peter A.C. Taylor is a former Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister in the Trinidad and Tobago Government, November 2007-May 2010. He is an alumnus of the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, where he successfully completed a B.Sc. in Economics. He later pursued his LLb at the University of Wolverhampton in the UK and returned to Trinidad and Tobago to obtain his Certificate in Legal Education at the renowned Hugh Wooding Law School. He is an Attorney-at-Law by profession.

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