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  • African Literature Books

THE MYSTERY OF THE HAUNTEDRuby Yayra Goka

A fascinating story of three children who followed their curiosity to solve a mystery of a hauted house which lead to the discovery of of a child-trafficking cartel and subsequent apprehension of the criminals.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-87-2 88pp  
US$14.95    

THE DELIVERERKwabena Ankomah-Kwakye

An interesting way of capturing history into fiction. Set in the Ashanti Kingdom, read about how a handicapped boy grows up to become a hero and the deliverer of his people. High in suspense and a page turner.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-75-9 92pp  
US$14.95    

NOT WITHOUT FLOWERSAmma Darko

Beam didn't want to be seen as having patronised smuggled goods. After all, he was Beam, a nickname he earned for his expertise in shedding light on delicately hidden and secret issues.
 
ISBN 9988-647-13-1 369pp  
US$12.95    

JOURNEYG.A. Agambila

An absorbing exploration of reality in contemporary Ghana, juxtaposing tradition and modernity, wise old age and frivolous youth, north and south, male and female. As a first novel it is also valuabe in that it is Ghanaian that uses a northern Ghana setting. This has not happened in serious canonical fiction thus far.
 
ISBN 9988-550-91-X 304pp  
US$10.95    

THEY CAME FROM GHANANoel Smith

In this historical novel of 19th century Gold Coast, two young Ashanti boys are introduced to the unfamiliar but fascinating world of the white man. Kwame and Kwabena Boaten are eager to learn the ways of their mentors, Tedlie and Bowdich, to become doctor and administrator respectively so they can come back and help their own people.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-40-7 240pp  
   

IT HAPPENED IN GHANANoel Smith

Conceived as a literary work, it demonstrates, through a clearly defined plot and a series of episodes, which take place in different locations, that racial prejudice based on skin colour is not a pervasive and unalterable human condition. The principal characters who are both Black and White are embroiled in various encounters, notably wars, slave trade, colonialism and post-colonial reconstruction.
 
ISBN 9988-550-XX-X 240pp  
US$10.95    

AFRICAN VIOLET AND OTHER STORIESThe Caine Prize for African Writing 2012

These fifteen stories show yet again the richness and range of current writing on the continent. They underline the primacy of the short story, with its oral antecedents, at the very heart of African literature.
 
ISBN 978-9988-647-96-4  
   

FACELESSAmma Darko

Perhaps the most frightening lesson in Faceless is the fact that having lost their moral authority over their children, parents like Maa Tsuru are totally paralysed by fear, the fear of terrors such as Poison
 
ISBN 9988-550-50-2 232pp  
US$15.00/£10.95