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The Woman Who Lost Her Soul.

This novel spans five decades and three continents; it traces a global lineage of political, cultural, and personal tumult from World War II to the present. During a time of brutal guerrilla warfare and civilian kidnappings, the humanitarian lawyer Tom Harrington travels to Haiti to investigate the murder of a beautiful, seductive photojournalist, Jackie Scott. There he is confronted with a dangerous landscape of poverty, corruption, and voodoo. The story brings to life an intricate portrait of catastrophic events that led up to the war on terror and the America we are today.-- Publisher's website.

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  • "This novel spans five decades and three continents; it traces a global lineage of political, cultural, and personal tumult from World War II to the present. During a time of brutal guerrilla warfare and civilian kidnappings, the humanitarian lawyer Tom Harrington travels to Haiti to investigate the murder of a beautiful, seductive photojournalist, Jackie Scott. There he is confronted with a dangerous landscape of poverty, corruption, and voodoo. The story brings to life an intricate portrait of catastrophic events that led up to the war on terror and the America we are today.-- Publisher's website."@en
  • "Een advocaat wordt gevraagd te helpen bij bij het onderzoek naar de dood van een Amerikaanse vrouw op Haïti, het land waar hij voor de Verenigde Naties onderzoek heeft verricht naar misdaden tijdens het militaire regime van 1991 tot 1994."
  • "During the late 1990s, humanitarian lawyer Tom Harrington travels to Haiti to investigate the murder of a beautiful and seductive photojournalist named Jackie Scott during a time of brutal guerrilla warfare and civilian kidnappings."@en

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  • "Spy stories."@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Suspense fiction."@en
  • "History"
  • "History"@en

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  • "The Woman Who Lost Her Soul."@en
  • "The woman who lost her soul /"
  • "The woman who lost her soul /"@en
  • "The woman who lost her soul"