Impostor Alert by Uduak Akpabio Umoren

Impostor Alert by Uduak Akpabio Umoren Published by: Narrative Landscape Press Release Date: 2018 Genre: Crime Fiction Format: Paperback Length: 267 Source: Author (Review Copy) Two women meet on a bus heading for Lagos – one to continue her poor-paying job as a prostitute, and the other to visit a long-distance boyfriend. Both women discover that they share an uncanny resemblance and become fast friends. But before the end of that day, there will be a fatal crash. One woman will die and the other – following a case of mistaken identity – will impersonate her. Gently navigating the chasm […]

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My Sister The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite

My Sister, The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite Narrated by: Weruche Opia Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks Release Date: January 2019 Genre: Thrillers; Crime Fiction Format: Audiobook Length: 4 hrs 30 mins Source: Bought Find It: Audible Korede is bitter. How could she not be? Her sister, Ayoola, is many things: the favorite child, the beautiful one, possibly sociopath. And now Ayoola’s third boyfriend in a row is dead. Korede’s practicality is the sisters’ saving grace. She knows the best solutions for cleaning blood, the trunk of her car is big enough for a body, and she keeps Ayoola from posting pictures of her […]

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Book Review – Easy Motion Tourist

Book Review - Easy Motion Tourist - Leye Adenle - Nigerian Crime Fiction - Homeland Reviews

Easy Motion Tourist goes into the Lagos many of us refuse to acknowledge, even as we move through it every day. This Lagos is cutthroat, hungry, enterprising and dangerous. When we join this story, things are shaky at best. The tension is high, everyone is on edge and all it takes is a single impulsive act of violence to blow everything up.   Then comes in Guy Collins, a guy who has no business being in Lagos but has something to prove to himself. Not only did he volunteer to travel down to Nigeria to cover the elections, despite his […]

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DNF Book Review – A Conspiracy of Ravens

Book Review - A conspiracy of ravens - Othuke Ominiabohs - Nigerian Book Review

  I was going to suffer through to the end of this book in the hope that it might be worth it in the end but @BagusMutendi’s prompt on twitter made me realize just how much I don’t want to continue reading this story. @Meetthebookworm Still waiting for your ACOR review. ? — BM (@BagusMutendi) November 28, 2016 I’m going to keep this review simple and focus on the pros and cons and why I didn’t finish reading this book.

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