(From the publisher):
The jungle road ran some 300 miles from Ft. Paul, the capital of the West African country of Kalya, to the village of Zinzin. It was the route Lew Corleigh traveled weekly taking supplies to the Peace Corps volunteers. It wasn't much of a road, but it did lead Corleigh straight to the center of a vital and dangerous international issue. Lew's involvement started as a minor skirmish with Zinzin's petty tyrant. But the ripples widened until Lew eventually found himself forced into reluctant leadership of an alarmingly growing battle, not only with entrenched Kalyan politicians, but also with certain U.S. policy-makers. Lew found a lot of impressive people, from Ft. Paul to Washington, D.C., taking an intense interest in his activities- and a few in his earliest-possible demise.
Original title: The Zinzin Road
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Political Intrigue and Terrorism