Rare Earth

Rare Earth

Book - 2012
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Conducting an undercover investigation into Kenya's corruption-prone obscure-metals industry, Marc Royce, posing as a relief organization auditor, forges an unexpected bond with an Israeli medical administrator who is offering humanitarian aid to local refugees.
Publisher: Bloomington, Minn. : Bethany House, c2012
ISBN: 9780764210174
Branch Call Number: FIC Bunn T
Characteristics: 363 p. ; 23 cm


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Aug 09, 2017

Barf. I read it for research. Am interested in the topic of rare earth mining in the developing world; was curious to see how the subject might be fictionalized.
I dislike fiction in which the author is very obviously infatuated with his main character. Enter the protagonist: a Christian white male saviour of unfortunate (but good-hearted) African tribesmen, etc. etc. Need I say more? Barf...says it all.

JCLBobbiB Mar 11, 2013

Davis Bunn has done it again - jumping in from the first page with action and intrigue. You won't want to put it down!

rblitch Dec 21, 2012

Really good book. Action and philosophy. Hard to put down.


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