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1928. Maui writer Armine von Tempski, who died almost a half-century ago, is one of Hawaii's enduring literary legends. She spent her childhood years on the family ranch in Haleakala with her Polish-American father and English mother. Her books reveal the daily life and customs on Hawaii with a colorful prose that captures the beauty of the spectacular tropics. Dust is the tale of a dedicated youth who attempts to reconstruct the island of Kahoolawe. Von Tempski's hero, Saxon Kingsley, battles with opium runners and fights his own mysterious past to forge a new world, a world he created out of dust. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.