The Blood Latitudes by William Harrison

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When retired reporter Will Hobbs learns his son Buck is being sent on assignment to Africa, he is concerned. Will spent his career covering the volatile territory Buck is headed into and the kinds of danger he is likely to encounter. And Buck leaves a family behind, just as Will did years ago; and Will has feelings that go beyond fatherly affection for Buck's attractive young wife. When news comes of Buck's disappearance, Will is compelled to risk his own life to find him or to find out what has happened to him. Once inside the border of civil war--ravaged Rwanda, Will is kidnapped by some very whacked-out "militia" and is forced to witness incredible violence, torture, and gleeful killing in the name of vengeance. As he struggles to survive and to keep his wits about him, Will has an opportunity to take a look at his life and to determine what he wants for his future. Harrison is the author of several novels, short stories, and screenplays.

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Published November 30, 2009 by MP Publishing Limited. 250 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Harrison braids several themes from his earlier fiction into one plot that unwaveringly pulls us into the most profound philosophical questions of the past century yet keeps the human drama knitted tight.

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