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Accidental Assassin is the first book in a trilogy describing the upward mobility of Nshila Ileloka. A girl in a remote African village is befriended by the local witchdoctor and picks up some of his skills. She receives a good education and progresses through to a BA from an English university. She also gains an MBA degree. She increases her witchdoctor skills by bolting ...more
Published (first published December 21st 2011)
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Chris Elgood saw a witchcraft trial in Africa in 1957 and was delighted by the way witchdoctors adapted western technology. (The Kalilozi Gun). This interest lay dormant for many years till his Handbook of Management Games (Gower 1997) was acclaimed.
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