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Book: A Rebel Star (Volume 1) by Alyssa Rae
Living atop the richest oil fields in Nigeria, the Ogoni people have struggled for their rights against their own government and the greedy oil companies determined to take their lands. Chasing the secrets of her mother's past, Marienela leaves her privileged life in London to visit the Ogoni villages. There she will witness the destruction of the environment caused by none other than the oil [...]
 
Book: A Small Inheritance by Pat Jourdan
Strangers Kitty and Simon inherit a rundown house and fields in mid-Ireland. At a time of transition all around, the house draws them back into its history. With his friend Josh, Simon is engaged in illegal deals and when Kitty becomes involved, the three are caught in a life of deception played out against the beginnings of the Celtic Tiger.
 
Book: The Rabbit's Man by Damien Dsoul
In the oil-rich region of the Niger-Delta, six armed militants of the United Niger-Delta Brigade steal into an oil jetty station near the Bonny Estuary and murder three foreign expatriates. Cape City, Nigeria. Kingsley Azobi, a Nigerian real-estate developer is facing bankruptcy. His only means of getting out of it: return to his former lifestyle as a gun smuggler and supply weapons to the United [...]
 
Book: Till You Come Back to Me (The Stafford Brothers Series Book 2) by Chicki V. Brown
Driven to make a difference in the lives of the injured and deformed, Atlanta plastic surgeon, Charles Stafford gives up his successful practice to work with a medical organization in Nigeria. Awaiting him at the small village hospital is the beautiful and compassionate nurse, Adanna Okoro, who is everything he has ever wanted in a woman. Adanna has returned to her homeland after graduation from [...]
 
Book: The Story of Thaddeus Black, Part One by Damien Dsoul
The sequel to 'The Story of Michael' finds Thaddeus Black, a New York City private detective, travel to Nigeria and search for his missing son Michael who himself had gone searching for his kidnapped girlfriend. Thaddeus is reluctant to take up the case, but changes his mind when he realizes how connected he is with the missing child... even more so as he is brainwashed and becomes involved with [...]
 
Book: The African Piper of Harlem by Zeena Nackerdien
Neither fish nor fowl, every immigrant threads the needle between being one of "us" versus one of "them." The plot is both a fantasy and an exercise in exploring ways in which recent African immigrants and African-Americans recognize and embrace each other's cultural differences. In Harlem, the mecca of black America, immigrants of every complexion live side by side with the descendants of [...]
 
Book: West African Project by Adam Mann
If you've ever fancied working in remote parts of the world, you must read this: Ivan wins a contract to work in the Hadejia River Valley, He finds the Project Director easy to work with and his widowed daughter lovely to look at and to look after him! This book is based on a true story in West Africa, not in the steamy coastal area but in the dry semi-desert plains in the north.
 
Book: The Power Of Mistake by Binami Eva-Uku
Can anything good come out of Nazareth? Yes; the oldest and only true opinion, a wonderful councillor and an extra ordinary strategist (Jesus Christ) came out of that city. Up until now, a lot of people do not see mistake as something that can empower you. Making mistakes is part of being human, hence a mistake made can be learnt from. This book is an exposition to the positives behind making [...]
 
Book: African Tales by Adam Mann
Starting shortly interdependence in Nigeria in 1963 foreign experts from several disciplines are established to guide and train farmer families to improve their incomes and to develop their livelihoods. In their spare time there was little to do, so this novel explains some of their extra-mural activities.
 
Book: WEIRD & WONDERFUL ASIAN STORIES by Adam Mann
After working and living for over fifty years in Africa and Asia Adam Mann has put together some interesting stories about life. Here are sixteen tales, but watch out four are a bit naughty and really for adults only. The stories range from about 1970 in the North of Nigeria, to life in the Swat valley and poppy fields in the Indus basin. The author now lives peacefully in a rural town in East [...]
 
Book: Only a Signal Shown by Leela Dutt
Only a Signal Shown is a long-distance love story set all over the world, from Copenhagen to Darjeeling, from Stellenbosch to Los Angeles, and places beyond, covering three decades. Eleanor falls in love with Alec at university and travels to Nigeria with him, but is forced to give him up because she has to discover what she is truly capable of. She finds success as an artist and publishes [...]
 
Book: Wealth Codes - An epic Christian novel on strong financial teachings and wealth creation by Sesan Oguntade
Bola Ajagun worked as a Mathematics teacher with the Federal Government of Nigeria for many years. He had been taught most Bible financial success principles right from his teenage Christian years and believed he had all it takes to be financially successful in his lifetime. However, when happenings around his financial life were contrary to his religious knowledge and beliefs, he knew he needed [...]
 
Book: THE RECLUSE II - A re-awakening by Rasheed Odunade Akande
A compendium of poems written from October- November 2014. Hard as reality has been, each piece navigates the terrain of experience, bringing out the best in me at every moment. This collection continues the tale telling attempt of my poetic journey, discussing the themes of love, loss, hope, search for and way to worship God, the African and our place in the world, the right of the individual at [...]
 
Book: Ada In London - Surviving The Traumas by Gracy Ukala
Ada's motto was: "I'll live one day at a time!" Ada leaves her home, her six children, her husband and her beloved career in Nigeria to travel to London. Fred, her husband, had recently lost a substantial sum of borrowed money abroad. He brings serious pressure to bear on Ada to go and work in London to "salvage" the family from financial disgrace. Despite her protests and warning that "such a [...]
 
Book: Into Africa - The Return by Yvonne Blackwood
Blackwood's remarkable story, articulated in Into Africa: a Personal Journey, told about her first journey to West Africa, land of her ancestors. She travelled alone and her exposure to Nigeria's tight military control caused her to experience fear as never before. In Ghana, destiny led her to meet Adamson, who became her guide, doctor and more....The story left you breathless, wanting more. Into [...]
 
Book: Tess - The Abomination of Human Trafficking by Andres Mann
A powerful exploration of global human trafficking - After rescuing a child prostitute in Cambodia, Tess persuades Jake, Carmen, Nicola and the Team to tackle human trafficking worldwide. Sponsored by the United Nations, she creates a team of Valkyries, six remarkable women that alongside the men of the Team embark on a Herculean effort to rescue victims and pursue traffickers, starting with a [...]
 
Book: Televenge - The Beginning by Pamela King Cable
This is the first 165 pages of a fast-paced novel about a woman fighting to save her family from the dark side of Televangelism, not the complete novel. You can buy the complete book here, too, in Kindle or paperback formats. Andie Oliver is a faithful woman to God, to her handsome husband Joe, and to televangelist Reverend Calvin Artury, a Godfather in a Mafia of holy men. Raised in the 1970's [...]
 
Book: A Guide to Foreign Obama Cartoons by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
The cartoons we have identified in this guide are mostly foreign in origin although in many instances they are written in English, clearly prepared for distribution and use in English-language publications. Many foreign cartoons about Obama are seen to be insensitive, offensive, irreverent, vulgar, racist and otherwise "politically incorrect". They are often rated unsuitable for American [...]
 
Book: THE DELIVERANCE by Paul Zecos
Are you in Joy? Are you happy with the state of humanity? If not you may be interested in THE DELIVERANCE. The Deliverance from evil to Joy starts by reasoning rightly.There is a right logic which governs the Universe. That right logic is explained simply and proven in this book, THE DELIVERANCE. For the right logic to be proven right it must be (and it is) proven by all known scientific evidence [...]
 
Book: Great Legacies, Refreshing Springs by Mercy Offor
ABOUT THE BOOK - This fascinating memoir/biography is a memoir of royalty, epic rule, war, survival and triumphs. The story follows the author from her vibrant childhood in Africa growing up as the daughter of an educator and a granddaughter to the royal family. The story brought to light the little known traditions and culture of this part of Africa and follows the author through her academic [...]
 
Book: Everyone Has A Story - Anthology Two by The Story Mint
'Everyone Has a Story, Anthology Two', is an anthology of collaboratively written stories by authors around the world. Every chapter is crafted by a writer who aims to eventually be a published author. In the stories you will meet incorrigible characters such as the manipulative Clarke in '640 Express' or Summer who is mysteriously abducted in 'The Assault'. In 'The Diary of Pearl Farrell', Pearl [...]
 


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