Grains of Golden Sand: Adventures in War-Torn Africa
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Grains of Golden Sand: Adventures in War-Torn Africa

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Grab a ticket for the adventure of a lifetime: meet an American woman who protected rare apes by painting SIDA ("AIDS" in French) in blood on a Kinshasa wall to keep rampaging looters at bay.

Hear bullets zinging overhead...Living on the edge, Delfi Messinger takes on bureaucratic snafus, starving animals, corrupt officials, swarming ants, and even Ebola.

Meet a dozen bono

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Paperback, 391 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Fine Print Press (first published July 15th 2006)
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“...Sometimes one just had to forge on and let the chips fall where they may. After all, we were the ones in the trenches, investing our will, hearts, sweat, and money while the critics spent nothing but words.” 1 likes
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