It can't be true
At a very tender age, Albert loses his parents to the brutality of government soldiers who kill them in cold blood. After witnessing the killing of his innocent parents and having nothing else to lose, Albert is forced to join a rebel group that is waging a protracted war against the ruling Government of Uganda.
The rebel group stages a successful coup d'tat. Years later, Albert joins the new government as a security operative. It is on the course of executing his roles; he is assigned a role to apprehend the masterminds of the death of Alvin Kasalirwe, an illustrious US-trained Ugandan lawyer.
Will Albert help in
apprehending the culprits, or will they survive to wreak even more mayhem on
law-abiding civilians? The book captures both the past and the present of
Uganda, giving a reader a glimpse into what makes the country both dissimilar
and similar to its neighbors.