Langata Rules: Pirates at Lat 10

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Mountainland Publishing Inc, 2009 - Hijacking of ships - 276 pages
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The Odessa has changed hands. African pirates take control of the Odessa, a British merchant ship with seemingly innocent cargo, starting a desperate race among pirates, warlords, rebel insurgents, government agents, shadowy oil interests, and enigmatic business magnates. Will the ship's cargo instigate another catastrophe in the Horn of Africa? Have the double-crossers been double-crossed? And just who are the proverbial bad-guys in this page-turning adventure about business, politics, and crime?
 

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Got this as an ARC from publisher--can't tell if it's the writing or the editing that is in need of help. It is very complicated and hard to get into, and I gave up after 60 pages. Read full review

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Ken Miller is Associate Professor of History at Washington College.

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