C. M. Okonkwo is a Nigerian author who grew up in Lagos and moved to France to study, where she obtained a B.Sc. in Business Administration and... more

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All That Glitters

all that glitters

15 reads
4.5
₦400.00

*Quramo Writers' Prize 2018 Finalist* After almost ten years of trying, Kora and her husband, Timothy finally get the child they have always prayed for, but there is something amiss with the child. Kora is convinced that she would take the dark secret to her grave, and was doing so until fifteen years later when the truth threatened to reveal itself and disrupt her life. With nothing else to lose, she must undo the past at all costs to save herself, even if it means destroying the lives of others....

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The Whistling Swing

the whistling swing

33 reads
5
₦100.00

A neighbourhood is disturbed by a whistling sound at night and concerned residents are going missing. The nonchalance of the landlord towards finding a solution raises Jerry's suspicion and forces him to identify the source of the noise and put a stop to it. Jerry must battle with the strange happenings around him to get to the bottom of the case, but first, he needs to figure out what’s real and what’s unreal....

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Mama, It's Me!

mama, it's me!

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₦500.00

A realistic fiction novel of the before life. It captures a baby's journey from womb to world, told from the point of view of the baby, who narrates the story....

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Shared Door (Angela Hunter Series, #5)

shared door (angela hunter series, #5)

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5
₦400.00

After a double hit at the prison, the police finally apprehend those responsible for the crimes, and during a series of interrogations and confessions, they discover who is pulling the strings... someone they least expect. Now they must dig deeper to get to the bottom of the mystery in time to prevent the last two targets from getting killed. Shared Door is the fifth and final volume in the "Angela Hunter" series....

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Twenty-One Days

twenty-one days

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₦1000.00

When Oluomachukwu decided to return to Nigeria to serve her country by registering for the National Youth Service Corps — NYSC — scheme, she didn’t know what to expect. Her first experiences in Lagos, coupled with her personal life issues and activities in camp left her doubting her decision to sign up. But barely two weeks into the programme, she realised that the NYSC scheme had more to offer her than she thought. A Realistic/Fiction novel....

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