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The Headhunter's Daughter by Tamar Myers

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No Use Dying Over Spilled Milk, March 1997
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Gilt By Association, December 1996
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Too Many Crooks Spoil the Broth, August 1995
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The Headhunter's Daughter
Tamar Myers

William Morrow
February 2011
On Sale: January 25, 2011
Featuring: Amanda Brown
200 pages
ISBN: 0061997641
EAN: 9780061997648
Kindle: B004EBT7KK
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Mystery

In 1945, an infant left inadvertently to die in the jungles of the Belgian Congo is discovered by a young Bashilele tribesman on a mission to claim the head of an enemy. Recognized as human—despite her pale white skin and strange blue eyes—the baby is brought into the tribe and raised as its own. Thirteen years later, the girl—now called "Ugly Eyes"—will find herself at the center of a controversy that will rock two separate societies.

Young missionary Amanda Brown hears the incredible stories of a white girl living among the Bashilele headhunters. In the company of the local police chief, Captain Pierre Jardin, and with the witch doctor's wife, the quick-witted Cripple, along as translator, Amanda heads into the wild hoping to bring the lost girl back to "civilization." But Ugly Eyes no longer belongs in their world—and the secrets surrounding her birth and disappearance are placing them all in far graver peril than anyone ever imagined.

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