"Readers' suspense is held in the unpredictable events, told in a unique alternation between formal English and slang spiced with subtle humor.Murphy's Law...prevails again and again in struggles in Warama's personal life and financial and career hurdles that arise to be dealt with.Warama's clever use of multiple nicknames for her characters according to their personalities or occupations-Mr. Pious, Ms. Psychologist, Mr. Savior, Mr. Millionaire, etc.-carry out the subtle humor as a secondary entertainment throughout the adventures....Readers will want more from this author."-Mary Kelley, Editor for online "Live Fit Magazine.
About the Author
A writer and philanthropist, Wanjiru Warama was born and raised in British colonial Kenya. She was educated in Kenya and in the United States of America. She holds a BSc. and an MBA in Business Administration. Ms. Warama has mainly worked as a secretary, legal notice advertiser, and in real estate brokerage. She is a member of the San Diego Writers & Editors Guild, lifetime member of the Friends of the Library, and of The Rotary Club. She considers herself lucky to have gone to school when she was ten years and three months old. For her first twelve years of schooling, she never owned a book, saw a library or a bookstore, and yet hard work, persistence, and a bit of luck saw her get to graduate school. She has adopted two adjacent schools in Kenya where children remain in the same situation she was in all those decades ago. Each copy of the book sold will help Warama get closer to building that library that she has dreamed about for twenty years. She lives in California, United States.