Glen Chapman is a Canadian anthropologist, living as a househusband in Dar es Salaam. His wife Pam works full time for the United Nations. Life for Glen is sun-soaked and pleasant enough as he looks after his two young children. Things however are about to change when he is asked to perform background research into a spate of killing of albino children. Glen travels across the country to meet with Doctor Crystal Mpiri in the heartland of superstition and sacrifice in Tanzania. Once there, he crosses paths with a Shaman who puts his whole family at risk.He packs a hand towel, a clean T-shirt, toothbrush, some groundnuts and a bottle of water. He then sets off at a ... At twenty miles Glen turns his water bottle upside down to show Big O he has ran out of water and is now exhausted. They stopanbsp;...
|Title||:||Children of The Moon|
|Publisher||:||Author House - 2011-10-28|