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PAGAN BABIES by  Elmore Leonard - Signed First Edition - 2000 - from Mutiny Information Cafe and Biblio.com

PAGAN BABIES

by Leonard, Elmore

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


In Rwanda during the genocide, Hutu thugs storm into a church and kill everyone except Father Terry Dunn, on the alter saying his first mass.

This book is in very good condition with a dust jacket that is also in very good condition. SIGNED by Leonard on title page.

Published in 2000, Elmore Leonard's Pagan Babies still manages to be humorous, even while it takes place during the civil war and genocide in Rwanda. Father Terry Dunn witnesses much of the atrocities firsthand before he returns to America. Terry meets a woman in Detroit, and they work together to scam money to line their pockets, as well as for the Orphans of Rwanda.




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