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Gold, Guns and Blow: Tales from the Amazon (Volume 1)

Juneia Mallas

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ISBN 10: 1497561051 / ISBN 13: 9781497561052
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014
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Title: Gold, Guns and Blow: Tales from the Amazon (...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1.

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A severed head discarded on an Amazonian dirt road is all that remains of photographer Karl Korianiski. Three clues point to his assassination: a coded message, a secret roll of film, and a turquoise butterfly earring. Unable to trust the corrupt police, journalist Ayara Eekbo decides to investigate her beloved companion's murder herself. A young Englishman, Tom Mattin-Calbert, offers to help Ayara search for the truth. Together, they confront the dangers of a violent jungle that is inhabited by anacondas, drug traffickers and assassins, and ruled by one law: "kill or die". Travelling deeper into the forest, Tom and Ayara are drawn ever closer to each other. But what began as a hunt for justice soon becomes a desperate fight for survival.

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Juneia Mallas is an independent journalist and television producer, with over 26 years of experience in the field. She has a Master in Liberal Arts from the New School for Social Research in New York. Juneia has specialized in environmental and development issues. She was one of the first journalists to disclose the impact of the destruction of the Amazon region in the early 1980's. Her work in television includes the production of news and documentaries for BBC, Channel 4, CBC, PBS, RAI 2. Juneia also worked for the Body Shop Foundation for over fifteen years, helping create a project to improve the quality of live for Indigenous tribes in the Para Amazonia. She was born in São Paulo, Brazil. She has been living in London for the past 28 years.

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