New Books by Peace Corps writers — March 2016
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The Seed of Joy
(Peace Corps novel)
William Amos (Korea 1979-80)
CreateSpace, 2nd ed.,
$12.99 (paperback), $4.99 (Kindle)
Journey to the Heart of the Condor: Love, Loss, and Survival in a South American Dictatorship
(A “parallel” memoir that relates the Peace Corps experience)
Emily C. Creigh (Paraguay 1975–77) and Dr. Martín Almada
Peace Corps Writers
$17.50 (paperback), (Kindle)
Two Pumps for the Body Man
by B.A. East (Malawi 1996–98)
New Pulp Press
$14.95 (paperback), $4.99 (Kindle)
African Queen — Tales of Motherhood and Wild Bees
Richard S. Godfrey (Nepal)
$11.99 (paperback), $3.99 (Kindle)
Tales from Colombia: The Deeds and Misdeeds of 41 Peace Corps Volunteers Who Answered President Kennedy’s Call to Serve
Gary Dean Peterson (Colombia 19164–66); Pauline J. Peterson (Colombia 19164–66), editor
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