Army Captain Alan Moore and his wife, Jeanene, are seeking to emigrate to the United States. Conditions of life in the land of their birth have deteriorated immensely, and the Moore family has fallen out of favor with the ruling dictator. The Moores are waiting for the letter from the U.S. Embassy notifying them of their final interview. While carrying out his duties as Commander of F-Company, Ala...
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Publisher: UNIVERSITY PRESS OF THE SOUTH (December 21, 2005)
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This book takes the reader onto a journey back in time. To a time of turbulence, corruption, fixed elections, philandering top officials and a country of people willing to stand up and die for justice.Written in a style easy to understand and read, C...
o the corrupt practices he observes, including ballot-box tampering during the national election. This further isolates him from his military superiors and, when he stumbles onto a smuggling operation, he is falsely accused and incarcerated. Will the dictator succeed in humiliating Alan and his family, or will his wife and his friends succeed in freeing him? *** "The Flour Convoy follows in the grand tradition of Chinua Achebe's Anthills in the Savannah and V.S. Naipaul's A Bend in the River, but moves beyond those important works with an insider's view of the military's role in buttressing the authoritarian regime it chronicles. . . An informative and compelling read." -Scott Douglas Gerber, author of The Ivory Tower and The Law Clerk *** "A writer of great creativity and wit, Chaitram Singh brings an intellectual's insight to bear on the light and dark sides of humanity in a situation that speaks of universal struggles, tragedies, and triumphs. . .A compelling story that keeps the reader turning pages." -Bruce Conn, author of The Curse of Durgan's Reef *** "A view of authoritarianism from a very close range . . .The Flour Convoy makes the reader an eyewitness to the corruptive forces so common in post-colonial regimes. A wonderfully crafted plot, presented with a crispness the title conveys." -Nala Singham, Editor and Publisher, The Caribbean New Yorker