God's Case: No Appeal by Dan Fulani, John Hare


God's Case: No Appeal by Dan Fulani, John Hare

Hodder African Readers are high-interest books designed to appeal to both boys and girls. They are highly motivating adventure and action stories which attract the reader's attention and hold it through the story. Together these titles form a strong, vibrant and attractive supplementary readers series for the African schools. God's Case: No Appeal: Theo, a Nigerian barrister practising in London with a glittering career before him, suddenly decides to give up everything and returns home to take up a minor chieftancy title. He experiences many problems of adjustment but his whole nature changes dramatically when he falls under the spell of an evil, old, family retainer. After the death of his flamboyant wife in mysterious circumstances, his alienated son takes to crime while Theo tries to revive the ancient religion of his people with horrendous results. A fast-moving tale that highlights contemporary problems in a highly-readable and entertaining way. Other titles in the series include: - The Fearless Four - The Fearless Four: Hijack! - The Fearless Four and the Graveyard Ghost - The Fearless Four and the Smugglers - Twin Trouble - Dead Men's Bones - Sauna and the Drug Pedlars - Time Bomb - The Power of Corruption - God's Case: No Appeal - Magic, Mystery and Mister Prince - One Man, Two Votes

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112 pages


Dan Fulani, John Hare
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Publication date

29th September 2006



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