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The Devil That Danced on the Water

by Forna, Aminatta

Condition: Fine


Atlantic Monthly Press, New York. PAPERBACK. Fine in wrappers. Advance Uncorrected Proof. First edition. books carefully packed and shipped promptly . Fine. 2002.

Recounts the author's childhood in postcolonial Africa, her dissident father's actions against British tyranny that resulted in his imprisonment, and her struggle to learn his fate and expose the conspiracy surrounding his death.




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