Andrew Rice’s first book, The Teeth May Smile but the Heart Does Not Forget: Murder and Memory in Uganda, will be published in May by Metropolitan Books. He is a contributing editor at Conde Nast Portfolio and a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine. Between 2002 and 2004, he lived in Uganda as a fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs, an American nonprofit foundation.

Duncan Laki's father disappeared under dictator Idi Amin's brutal reign. In this excerpt, the terror comes to an end, but there is no justice until decades later.

Award-winning journalist Andrew Rice went to Uganda for a fellowship—and came back with a heart-thumping murder mystery that led all the way to a decades-old killing spree everyone wanted to forgive.

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