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The Mad Men 
By Jackson Rateau

ISBN: 1592321887

Price: $15.00

Date: August 2009






Dorven Marc Forest lived in the United States for 25 years. After becoming a millionaire, he learned that he was an AIDS carrier.

Condemned to live with this fate, he became a calm mad man. He returned to Haiti, his forgotten homeland, but accomplished a sadistic mission of infecting a legion of young girls around Port-Au-Prince. Upon his arrival at Toussaint Louverture International Airport, he met the splendid Adelina who accepts his friendship. Will she be the targeted victim to be sacrificed on his altar of horror?

The arrival of Leopold in her life will respond to that, on behalf of God’s grace in human beings, the power of love defying the impossible and in the melee, the origin of AIDS, the virus produced at Fort Detrick’s laboratories is revealed.

About The Author:

Jackson Rateau was born in Mirebalais, Haiti. He started High school at Alexandre Petion Lyceum and graduated at ‘Lamartiniere’, Port-Au-Prince. He studied civil engineering at ‘Institut Superieur Technique d’Haiti’ (ISTH) and graduated in August 1986.

From science to literature, his first writing was ZAFRA (theater), which played with success in Port-Au-Prince and other cities of the country. His second work “La Nuit des Conjures”, a novel, released by ‘Le manuscrit’ on August 29, 2006 in France. He is working on three others novels: The Night of the Conspirators, Flower of the Island and Beyond the Borders.





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