The Malocas Mission (2nd Edition)
A Brazilian military regime thought to have been eradicated years ago has resurfaced. This underground repression agency is believed to be behind the recent attacks on several indigenous tribes throughout the Amazon. Soon these attacks reach the small village of Malocas where three Peace Corps volunteers are stationed. To make matters worse, the CEO of an American based business seems to be financially backing this insurgency, with aspirations of having unrestricted and monopolized access to the vast resources of the rainforest. It appears that someone is pitting everyone involved against each other; the military faction, the Fortune 500 Company, the Peace Corps, and their volunteers. These three volunteers -- a spoiled alcoholic playboy, a small town girl with a family secret, and a Peace Corps veteran -- are the only ones who may be able to end this prolonged foray and stop the rainforest from being completely destroyed. Sometimes even on a mission of peace, war is inevitable.
- Hardback | 408 pages
- 162.56 x 248.92 x 35.56mm | 748.42g
- 02 Dec 2008
- Morrisville, United States
- black & white illustrations