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Amati grabbed her wrist. His grip was strong, and it frightened her. She gave a little whimper and stood her ground. Exasperated, he released her, pointed, and took her wrist again, this time more gently. She realized then that he was trying to lead her somewhere, and she went. With Raoni trailing behind, they passed through the heart of the village, exited the other side, and arrived in a glade occupied by mound after mound of loosely-packed soil. Kuarups , the Indians called them. They personified the spirits of the dead. Then she closed it and began to count.
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The mounds totaled thirty-nine, and they were divided into three neat rows of thirteen each. At last count, there had been forty-one members of the tribe. Two, the man and the boy, were standing next to her. More words exploded from his mouth, angry words, but Jade was unable to understand a single one. While he spoke, she tried to piece together what might have happened.
It could have been disease, of course, but what kind of disease could have killed so many so quickly? And, if disease had been the cause, how was it possible that neither the man nor the boy were showing signs of sickness? A horrible suspicion came over her. He pointed to the sun and held up seven fingers.
A week ago. If he and his son had been doing the burying themselves, they must have been digging graves and cutting kuarups ever since. We talk. Hurt bad men. Hurt how? She hoped he understood what she was trying to tell him. She wanted to take him to the place where she slept, to her home, to the little city of Azevedo. She pointed at him, then back at herself.
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Father Carlo Castori help. Castori is a drunk. She made a beckoning gesture. He seemed to think it over. At last he nodded.
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Again, he nodded. Not Raoni. Your place bad for Raoni.
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Author Gage had started his writing career in the year with the release of his debut book titled Blood of the Wicked.
In one of his interviews, he had said that he was inspired to write the Mario Silva books after living for more than 20 years in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His immersion into the Brazilian culture had also played an important role in developing the novel series.
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In his books, Gage has frequently included the problems which were existing in Brazil at that time. Such problems were considered foreign to the culture of America. Prior to the beginning of his literary career, author Gage used to work as a creative designer at the international level. He was working in a major advertising agency having its branches all over the world. In his advertising career, Gage has won more than awards for excellence in advertising.
He has even served as a jury of the Lions Festival held in Cannes. Other than his own series of mystery books, author Gage has collaborated in writing a Portuguese nonfiction work titled O Filme Publicitrio. This book was sold widely in Portugal, Brazil, and Portuguese speaking African countries. It was also adopted by numerous universities in these countries as a textbook in their curriculum. As author Gage lived in different countries for extended periods, he got the chance to learn multiple languages.
When Gage started living in Brazil, he witnessed the rule of the military government. The two used to spend much of their time living in a small town close to Sao Paulo. During other times, they used to visit their children and grandchildren in the other countries. The books written by author Gage have been translated into multiple foreign languages. The books in this collection cover a wide array of subjects such as organ theft, underage prostitution, snuff videos, and other such things.
In his first novel, author Gage has described the killing of a bishop. The death of Leighton Gage occurred on July 26, , at his house in Miami, Florida, due to pancreatic cancer. The Mario Silva series written by Leighton Gage is comprised of a total of 7 books, which were released between the years and