When bestselling author Mofe Esiri fell victim to the sensual lures and snares of a sexy Nollywood diva, all hell was let loose.
An extremely complex web of events began to unfold amidst discovery of several scandalous family secrets.
Matters came to a head when an unidentified cold-blooded killer surfaced, with mafia roots and links to a secret international organisation backed by the highest tier of government.
This novel appreciates the exploits recorded in recent years. It delves into the ever fascinating world of modeling and beauty pageants, and with a touch of class draws attention to Nollywood and the tourism potentials of the country.
It is a thriller, provocative, compelling and sensual, one whose characters are designed to operate in an atmosphere of grueling suspense, intrigue, love, sex, betrayal, violence, murder, such that readers are strapped into an unforgettable experience from opening page to shattering climax.
‘Twisted’ is an international award-winning blockbuster novel that spans three genres: mystery, suspense and romance. It is devoid of offensive language, crassness, obscenity and extreme vulgarity such that the younger audience could explore its contents without their guardians expressing fear of untoward effects.
Although not specifically written for a younger demographic, the novel is suitable for adolescents and adults alike. It is a novel for everyone to read and enjoy, irrespective of age, social class or religious inclination. Whether young or old, single or married, you’ll find this novel a most worthy companion.
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It holds all the trappings of mystery, suspense and romance without the usually-Western settings and sentiments that permeate these genres, and it offers both believable and absorbing protagonists with a locale steeped in Africa’s rich social and political milieu. The result will especially please literary-minded readers who enjoy all three genres, but who seek more depth than the usual thriller affords…
– D. Donovan, Senior eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Review