Silent Enemies

Cordosa, a small village in Brazil's most southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, is experiencing traumatic illness and loss of life from unknown causes. The population of landless farmers is slowly deteriorating. Jake Parker, ex U.S. Army Intelligence Officer, is assigned as a photojournalist to investigate the possible causes. More

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Published: Jan. 14, 2011
Words: 58,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458018427
About William Newman

William Newman writes both adult fiction and children's literature. He is a teacher of literature for Deaf children in Ohio, graduating from The Ohio State University in Journalism and also Special Education. He lives in Dublin with his wife and children.

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Cordosa, a small village in Brazil's most southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, is experiencing traumatic illness and loss of life from unknown causes. The population of landless farmers is slowly deteriorating. Jake Parker, ex U.S. Army Intelligence Officer, is assigned as a photojournalist to investigate the possible causes.

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