Kate was chosen, She didn't know. she couldn't, it was her mother's mistakes it made it so so she couldn't know. Misfortune clogged her path as a result, result of her mother's mistakes. She walked a dreaded path daily, but her mother's mistakes kept her alive. Kate's Diary tell these tales.
Meet and follow the life of the occupants of a house in Lagos, everyday dormant people who live double lives that their spouse doesn't know about. BK, a spoilt trust-fund kid who coincidentally sees thing he isn't supposed to see. The drama of a kidnap that happened in Bariga that triggered the seats of Power in Abuja that leads to politics on an international scale, espionage, soldiers of fortune. Deolu Oniranu, the author is an amateur writer/blogger,enjoy his attempt at short story writing
This book is a continuation of the Global Runs Book Series 2 "The Shadow Chase." Find and read the book 2 before you can follow the series properly This book is a comprehensive coverage of the lives of illegal African immigrants in Amsterdam. It covers everything from the kinds of work they do, the kind of discrimination they witness daily and more. This Book continues on Global Runs Season 4: THE DEVILS OF EUROPE. You can search for it here or read it on my website www.globalruns.com. You can reach the Author on Whatsapp through +8613544479311
In the mid 90's in dictatorship oppressed Nigeria, Idris Mudaba is being framed for what is the deadliest crime of the time, the regime wants him dead -no one can save him but...
Name: Derrick Chidumebi Iwuoma School: Olabisi Onabanjo University Level: 400 Level Story’s Word Count: 4,170 Title: Kukuma Kill Me (#CampusChallenge) Genre: Adventure Synopsis Life in No Sorrow House was a living hell for Eket who moved into the beautiful city of Lagos about a year ago in search of a job. Unfortunately, reality has dealt him a worse fate than his expectations. Waking up to deal with Mike the notorious troublemaker should have given Eket enough hint that no one starts a good day without first going down on their knees to pray. On a day when he is to attend his oral interview, he has to cope with the embarrassment he causes Mama Sade and also fight the war against Mama Asabe’s hen, cope with a lying preacher and a judge of a passenger, His hopes and expectations eventually get bashed at the job interview where he meets half a thousand of his kind awaiting the same thing. After waiting for hours they are all dismissed by one of the directors who ensure the soldiers restore memories of the average Nigerian home training back to the aggrieved youths of whom Eket falls a victim. Weary, he falls asleep in a public bus on his way home and he has his phone stolen only for him to get home to find power officials threatening to disconnect power supply. All ends with Tunji, the Landlord’s son comes to remind him of the NEPA bill.
After a price-fixing scandal at her prestigious New York auction house, Josie Prescott moves to the New Hampshire coast to restore her reputation--and perhaps a few antiques along the way. As an antiques dealer, Josie knows how to make an honest assessment, and she's about to land her largest account. But when the owner of the collection is found stabbed to death, Josie's fingerprints are all over his possessions…and the murder weapon. Suddenly Josie's innocence appears as tarnished as an old relic. Everybody's got their eyes on her, especially the local police chief who may or may not be in love with her. Now it's just a matter of time before Josie can produce enough evidence to clear her name--or fall into the clutches of the real killer and find herself CONSIGNED TO DEATH