Despatched on assignment to the tropical nation of Kupro Marbordo, the Copper Coast, rich young broker, James Baxter is flabbergasted to discover that slavery is an established and traditional custom there. At first stunned, he soon ends up owning a delightful young slave-woman with all that suggests with regards to discipline and 'education.'
Of course, I had heard of Kupro Marbordo, the Copper Coast. A tropical country, famous for copper mines, marble quarries, beef cattle. And slaves. It is, I think, one of the very few countries now where that 'peculiar institution' still flourishes.
But that didn't concern me. I worked at my uncle's brokers house in the United Zones, up in the northern continent. Thousands of mil...