Describing it as "mysterious" is euphemistic. After thirty years of the unsolved, gruesome murder of an heir to the Ashanti Golden Stool that took place in a remote village in Ghana, Captain Crow, the deceased's own son, has descended heavily on the perpetrators. Going ballistic with his indefatigable team of investigators, the maverick infiltrated the inner circle of the country's intelligence body, snooping, rummaging, and smoking out the hoodlums of their hideouts. In this thrilling novel, Crows Go Wild, Captain Crow is seen travelling across the length and breadth of the former gold-rich empire and even beyond the shores of Ghana in an anticipation of capturing his father's killers. Driven by passion amid anguish, torture, and untold hardships that befell him in the pursuance of this mission, the civil right icon would not back down his avowed objective. Instead, Captain Crow, aided by his spying agency, Big Eye, launched a sting operation to seal off the unfinished job. His insistence on freedom, justice, and equal rights for all humanity cost him more than he could have imagined. Crows Go Wild takes readers to another world, the mountainous region in Ghana where suspense, mystery, tragedy, shock, and relief cohabitate.
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|Size: ||865 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781631855900 (DRM-EPUB)|
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