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Amina Harrison, Jul 23, 2007 - 270 pages
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Set in the startling landscapes of the "New South AFrica," the author Amina Harrison has written a novel about the perilous, illegal trades of "conflict diamonds." Prior to ever undertaking this dangerous task,Congressman Devin Arnold had actually made some other plans to investigate the disappearance and possibly the death of a minister who had vanished without a trace somewhere in the war torn African country of Angola. Although Congressman Arnold is more than aware of what's been happening in behind the sale of these certain diamonds; mainly for to really purchase weapons for military purposes in and around certain regions of Africa as a whole, Congressman Devin Arnold must be careful because of the merchandising of the gems sometimes known as "ICE," or he could become the next casualty to die while at the same time being tossed to and fro in this political, diabolical mayhem.

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Amina Harrsion has written her third novel of her "African series," simuntaneously entitled ICE, usually a slang name to the reference of gems known as diamonds. Also depicted in this novel, these gems can have more blood on them than your average massacre---allowing these briliant rocks to be used in a pitifully way; and the slogan "diamonds is forever," is actually a cruel, diabolical thrashed reality. Miss Harrison is also the author of ZURI NAMIBIA, SHADES, THE KINGDOM OF KUSH also JAMURI TANZANIA She resides in Tyler, Texas with her family.

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