What's a mile long, rusty, slow, and worth a fortune? It's a freight train full of kahawa, Swahili for coffee, and it belongs to none other than the jovial, bloodletting dictator Idi Amin. Locked away in his palace of secrets, fear, and torture, Amin doesn't know that in the lush heart of his Uganda some of the world's most unscrupulous, oversexed mercenaries, moneymakers, and thieves are busy plotting to steal all this kahawa in one fell swoop, sending the international coffee market and a varied cast of court jesters, spies, and crooks into deadly conniptions. You see, in a madman's kingdom, stealing a freight train of coffee isn't just taboo; it's a kick.
On Sale: April 11th 2001