Forget Me Not My Love

Forget Me Not My Love

In Forget Me Not My Love, fiction meets reality in a world where despair has deep roots. A story of our times, imperfect yet lovable. This novel will not only make Liberians want to change Liberia; it will remind Liberians that we all should. Every Liberian must have an in-love-attitude, and be a passionate participant […]

The Liberian Agenda

The Liberian Agenda

What if the person you married neglected to mention he was a member of a notorious family of Liberian arms dealers? Sonia Johnson, native New Yorker, attorney, and daughter of a U.S. Senator, never expected to find herself a virtual prisoner in Liberia, but her husband – the country’s new president by way of coup […]

Murder in the Cassava Patch

Murder in the Cassava Patch

Murder in the Cassava Patch is a very good African literature work and tells the story of a toxic relationship that ends in murder. Gortokai, the main character, is madly in love with Tene, a coquettish woman who likes to string along several men at the same time. Kai (short for Gortokai) is not at […]

Dead Gods: HM2

Dead Gods HM2

On Africa’s west coast where the first woman-president is elected to bring hope to the world’s number one corrupt nation, the heart-man kills again; and this time it’s a nine-year-old boy. For some, it’s a business. For Officer Lonos, it’s personal. And for the Douglas family, it’s an opportunity to clear their name. It hasn’t […]

Heart Men: a novel

Heart Men

A story of LOVE, RITUAL KILLINGS, and JUSTICE. Writer/Publisher/Humanitarian Ophelia S. Lewis takes readers on an intimate journey into the lives of Heart Robbers and Heart Breakers. This riveting tale chronicles the journey of RJ, an Atlanta Lawyer, from the U.S. to Liberia in order to defend his father against a Ritual Killing accusation. Along […]

She Would Be King: A Novel

She Would Be King

A novel of exhilarating range, magical realism, and history―a dazzling retelling of Liberia’s formation Wayétu Moore’s powerful debut novel, She Would Be King, reimagines the dramatic story of Liberia’s early years through three unforgettable characters who share an uncommon bond. Gbessa, exiled from the West African village of Lai, is starved, bitten by a viper, […]

Born of the Village Son

When young Neh Gateru returns from abroad with vast education, he dreams of settling in his home region in rural Liberia. He shortly encounters Nannie Berry, an equally young woman, with whom he will have a future family. The joy of the encounter is short-lived because he rather innocently runs afoul with the national government […]

Redemption Road

Redemption Road

Set in Monrovia during the administration of Liberia’s former president, Charles Taylor, this riveting debut is a story of recovery, atonement, and the continuing quest for peace and justice in a nation plagued by conflict and inequalities since its founding by freed American slaves. Life in post-war Liberia is not easy, and it is especially […]

Between Love In New Kru Town

New Kru Town is known as one of the worst places to live in Monrovia, Liberia. The neighborhood, also called Saigon, doesn’t welcome outsiders. There are unspoken codes and rules for every action. Fights are one of the most common sights in the town, and no police officer will venture into the area. Brown and […]

The Fading Flower

The Fading Flower

Liberian President Roberts is seen as too non-aligned, and he appears to be drawing his nation away from its traditional United States sphere of influence-a dangerous strategy in the 1970s during the Cold War. Maxwell Forkpa and Samuel Dahn, two young and dashing military men are influenced by the Americans to overthrow the civilian government. […]