V2 continues to be excellent.
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Easy Kill picks up right where the first volume left off. This time, when he's not rescuing innocents from the brutal Ugandan civil war, Dr. Lwanga becomes embroiled in a plan to murder Angelina Jolie--I mean "Margaret Wells"--to further African revolutionary causes. It's an excellent work of modern historical fiction, though it starts to get a bit weird at the end; hard to tell exactly what's real and what isn't. The questions about what happened to turn Lwanga into skilled counterrevolutionary without his knowledge go largely unanswered.

Volume 2 ends with a fascinating 7 page history of the actual war that's being portrayed in the book. There's also an Afterword by this volume's illustrator, Pat Masioni, a native of the Democratic Republic of Congo (he did a terrific job, by the way).