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READYING FOR PEARL OF AFRICA
SAFARI 1
SAFARI 2
SAFARI 3
UGANDA IS AN AFRICAN PEARL
SAFARI 4
SAFARI 5
SAFARI 6
SAFARI 7
WELCOMED AT COLLEGE.’”
SAFARI 8
SAFARI 9
SAFARI 10
COMINGS AND GOINGS-ON
SAFARI 11
SAFARI 12
SAFARI 14
SAFARI 15
KENYA IS WORLD’S SAFARI CAPITAL
SAFARI 16
SAFARI 17
SAFARI 18
SAFARI 19
SAFARI 20
SAFARI 21
SAFARI 22
IN WHITE SAND, ON MOMBASSA BEACH
SAFARI 23
SAFARI 24
SAFARI 25
COOL MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON
SAFARI 26
SAFARI 27
SAFARI 29
SAFARI 30
ZAIRE HAD PYGMY PEARLS
SAFARI 31
OF THE ITURI RAINFOREST.”
GAME PARK PEARLS AD POISONS
SAFARI 32
SAFARI 33
SAFARI 34
SAFARI 35
MEDICAL PEARLS AND POISONS
SAFARI 36
CLOSE-CALL POISONS
SAFARI 37
SAFARI 38
SAFARI 39
SAFARI 40
CUT-ADRIFT BY CLOAK-AND-DAGGER
SAFARI 41
SAFARI 42
OUR FAVORITE DISHES
SWAHILI RIDDLES
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African Pearls and Poisons

African Pearls and Poisons

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“If you desire an exhilarating read of a family’s life during Idi Amin’s savage reign, then this book’s for you.”

Doug Abraham, Writer & Columnist.


“The Jacques Family’s unique Safaris passed through some of the most beautiful – often life threatening – landscapes and situations on earth, and survived. Enjoy!”

MacDonald Coleman, Author.


“Leo invites you into a world that has the same capacity for richness, complexity and openness that the fictional universe offers.
A great read.”

Jim J. Nolan, Editor/Journalist.


“This is surely life as it was at the time of Idi Amin.”

Marshall Dunn, Kampala School Teacher.


“AFRICAN PEARLS AND POISONS,” Idi Amin’s Uganda; Kenya; Zaire’s Pygmies, takes you on a series of Safaris, by a family of four, through East and Central Africa, in 1971-72, to attain freedom from Amin and return to North America to unveil their tale – undercover until now.

Amin’s army and death squad, kills a reported 300,000 humans, who, for the most part, are innocent victims of his, “Economic War.” A Swahili saying: -- “When two bull elephants fight, it is the grass who suffers most,” fits this situation.

In Kenya, the Jacques family, experienced the breathtaking beauty of a country dubbed, “The World’s Safari Capital.”

In Zaire, they safari to the cannibalized and now extinct Twa Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest, in their temporary camp, past Semliki, on the Mountain of the Moons trail.

This book, like Joseph Conrad’s “HEART OF DARKNESS” inspires a reader to think differently about East and Central Africa.
“If you desire an exhilarating read of a family’s life during Idi Amin’s savage reign, then this book’s for you.”

Doug Abraham, Writer & Columnist.


“The Jacques Family’s unique Safaris passed through some of the most beautiful – often life threatening – landscapes and situations on earth, and survived. Enjoy!”

MacDonald Coleman, Author.


“Leo invites you into a world that has the same capacity for richness, complexity and openness that the fictional universe offers.
A great read.”

Jim J. Nolan, Editor/Journalist.


“This is surely life as it was at the time of Idi Amin.”

Marshall Dunn, Kampala School Teacher.


“AFRICAN PEARLS AND POISONS,” Idi Amin’s Uganda; Kenya; Zaire’s Pygmies, takes you on a series of Safaris, by a family of four, through East and Central Africa, in 1971-72, to attain freedom from Amin and return to North America to unveil their tale – undercover until now.

Amin’s army and death squad, kills a reported 300,000 humans, who, for the most part, are innocent victims of his, “Economic War.” A Swahili saying: -- “When two bull elephants fight, it is the grass who suffers most,” fits this situation.

In Kenya, the Jacques family, experienced the breathtaking beauty of a country dubbed, “The World’s Safari Capital.”

In Zaire, they safari to the cannibalized and now extinct Twa Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest, in their temporary camp, past Semliki, on the Mountain of the Moons trail.

This book, like Joseph Conrad’s “HEART OF DARKNESS” inspires a reader to think differently about East and Central Africa.

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