The Ways of Evil Men (Compact Disc)
As Chief Inspector Mario Silva has learned, justice is hard to come by in Brazil, so when his niece tells him about a possible genocide deep in the jungle, he agrees to round up his team and charter a plane to Para to check it out.
Thirty-nine natives have recently dropped dead of mysterious causes. Given the tense relationship between the Awana tribe and the white townsfolk nearby, Jade Calmon, Para s sole government-sponsored advocate for the native population, immediately suspects foul play and takes the two remaining Awana a father and his eight-year-old son into her custody. But when the father is discovered holding a bloody machete next to the body of a village big-shot just before Silva s arrival, the plot thickens. Why would a peaceful man who doesn t believe in alcohol turn into a drunken killer?
About the Author
Leighton Gage (1942 2013) wrote seven books in the Mario Silva series: "Blood of the Wicked", " Buried Strangers", " Dying Gasp", " Every Bitter Thing", " A Vine in the Blood", "Perfect Hatred", and "The Ways of Evil Men". Since 1973, he spent part of each year in Santana do Parnaiba, Brazil, where he met his wife, Eide. His books have been translated into French, Italian, Finnish, and Dutch.
Jonathan Davis has narrated numerous audiobooks, receiving widespread critical acclaim for his performances in a variety of genres including an Audie Award nomination. His work includes "Snow Crash," "The Stranger" and "The Shadow of the Wind."