The teeth may smile but the heart does not forget : murder and memory in Uganda / Andrew Rice.
New York : Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt and Co., 2009.
x, 363 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Prologue : 1979 The Western Rift The key UYO 010 The big man Decent rest The brightest star A serious young man Singapore A shallow grave Exhumation The prisoner Among the cannibals The lions September 1972 Bad omen The scars The prosecution Taking the stand The defense Judgment Reprise Epilogue : Ndeija.
After Idi Amin's reign was overthrown, the new government opted for amnesty for his henchmen rather than prolonged conflict. Ugandans tried to bury their history, but reminders of the truth were never far from view until a stray clue to the 1972 disappearance of Eliphaz Laki led his son to a shallow grave resulted in a trial that gave voice to a nation's past. In his book, Andrew Rice follows the trial, crossing Uganda to investigate Amin's legacy and the limits of reconciliation.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -346) and index.