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ISBN: 978-0975360965

Heart Men: a novel

by: Ophelia S. Lewis

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 the way he is exposed to secrets that took place in his father’s native country of Liberia as well as in his own family. The main character, RJ, introduces readers to many of the issues that plague nations around the world; as well as many of the hopes and dreams they share.

Meet the Author
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Ms. Lewis is a Liberian poet, essayist, and creative writer who writes for both grown-up and children. Besides writing, she loves to read, play video game and cross-stitch. Most of her needlepoint are of interesting subjects which she auctions to fund the different humanitarian projects she’s involved with—Better Day Academy school building project in Liberia, West Africa (www.betterdayacademy.wordpress.com), Sapo Books for Kids Campaign, and PJ’s and Blanket Project in Brooklyn Center, MN (www.pjsandblanketproject.org). Please visit her website, www.ophelialewis.com, for all updates. Ms. Lewis lives with her family in Georgia

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Overview

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 the way he is exposed to secrets that took place in his father’s native country of Liberia as well as in his own family. The main character, RJ, introduces readers to many of the issues that plague nations around the world; as well as many of the hopes and dreams they share.

Details

ISBN: 978-0975360965
Publisher: Village Tales Publishing
Publish Date: 2011
Page Count: 254

“Heart Men: a novel”

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