MAMA KOKO AND THE HUNDRED GUNMEN: An Ordinary Family's Extraordinary Tale of Love, Loss, and Survival in Congo
Driven by her family's devastating losses, Congolese expatriate Francisca Thelin embarks, with human rights activist, Shannon, on a perilous journey back to her beloved homeland, now under the shadow of one of Africa's most feared militia--Joseph Kony's Lord Resistance Army. Here is Francisca's story.
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