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What would you do if the life of your precious daughter depended on stealing a mask from the most fortified museum in the world? Abigail Anaba, author of SectorIV returns with this historical political drama, The President's Daughter. This thriller is weaved around Angela Goodmans, the president's daughter, whose life hangs in the balance. Her father must break the Iyoba's curse - the curse that ensures that the second child of any descendant of a Bini Queen's little husband will die unless they perform the required rituals. But Queen Idia's pendant was taken in 1897 and now resides in the London Historical Museum - the Fort Knox of art pieces. The British authorities will not let go of the mask, but President Goodmans is determined to get the rituals done. Will an embarrassing family secret and his political office get in the way of saving his daughter?
With the systematic spread of misandry and anti-male sentiments passed off as ‘feminism’, Dear King is written as a #LetterToSons which gives practical advice to help men and boys navigate the troubled waters called ‘ life in the 21st century’. Men are debased and shamed for being masculine. The inherent biological traits that differentiate men from women are labelled toxic. For these reasons, a book that addresses principles that will provide guidance for men and young boys becomes a necessity. Dear King is a heartfelt compilation of seven letters and seventeen principles from a mother determined to give her sons the best direction possible.The book is premised on proven neurological distinctions between men and women which give rise to psychological and emotional differences. Therefore, it explains why these ‘gender’ differences should count in present day conversations. It is a letter to sons that emphasises stoicism, chivalry and empathy. Dear King is written as a manual to help parents raise first rate sons.
When single parent Veronica Somto woke up that day, she knew she had two problems. Two problems that money could solve. But as the day wore on she was bombarded by a series of unfortunate events that tested her will and ultimately changed the course of her life. One Sunny Day in June is a story of one woman's journey through life's storms and the challenge of self-discovery.
Onyinyechi is about to marry. This is the day she has been dreaming of since Duke visited the village and told her it is time. It had been love at first sight between Duke and her, and she had hoped for a happily ever after. But things are about to go terribly wrong and the war is right at their door step... Sector IV is a historical romantic tragedy set in Nigeria of 1967-1971