Dream of A Falling Eagle

Dream of A Falling Eagle

A Mongo Mystery

Book - 1996
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Baker & Taylor
Private investigator Mongo investigates the CIA's role in Haiti and discovers that some of Haiti's most prominent citizens have become the victims of voodoo sacrifices in the United States

Blackwell North Amer
Mongo is a dwarf, private detective, martial arts expert, ex-circus headliner and criminologist. He and his brother Garth are working on two separate cases - or so they think. In one, they are preparing a report as part of a special committee investigating illegal CIA activities in Haiti, a report that could put the Company permanently out of business. In the other, Moby Dickens - an ex-con sanitation worker whose girth nearly matches his namesake's - is having his poetry plagiarized. The trail in the first case leads Mongo and Garth to five brutally butchered bodies - all victims of voodoo ritual sacrifice. Surprisingly, the trail in the second case leads Mongo to the office of the ultra-conservative Speaker of the House of Representatives, William P. Kranes.
Mongo's cases collide when Moby's body is also found mutilated in the same ritual fashion. One step ahead of local police and the FBI, Mongo investigates the connections between his two cases and discovers a plot that will not only put him and his brother face-to-face with death, but will change the history of the United States forever.

Baker
& Taylor

Mongo, a dwarf private detective, investigates the CIA's role in Haiti and discovers that some of Haiti's most prominent citizens have become the victims of voodoo sacrifices in the United States. 10,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1996
ISBN: 9780684830537
0684830531
Characteristics: 208 p. ; 23 cm

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