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Books by Liberian & Other Authors

A Naked Lie by Nemen M. Kpahn

Based on actual events, these fictitious short stories are set in postwar Liberia following the end of the civil war. A Naked Lie - The liar spoke with assurance, using common knowledge to slide the lie right in. God forbid, had it been during wartime, the accused would have died. During the civil war, many Liberians became victims because of lies. People can sometimes go to the extreme to prove their beliefs no matter what; even uncaring of the pain they could cause others. All That Matters tells the story of the overly ambitious self-made man, Garretson Biah, and the futility of the Liberian elections. Biah desired so much to become an honorable member of the House of Representatives that his fiery ambition led to his downfall; mostly due to unethical personalities with little or no substance. Jean Pierre and Kpormor is a mysterious tale of the falling apart of two very good friends, and the tragic consequences of such falling out when not properly addressed.

In the settlement along the fertile banks of the St. Paul River, Old But Not Cold is an unconventional love story between an alcoholic old man whose life had dealt cruel blows of experiments and surprises, and a jilted young woman whose unfaithful boyfriend constantly breaks her heart. Respect existence or expect resistance; the coming together of two seemingly different people shows love can strike in the least expected way to the least expected people.Sea Breeze is set in postwar Liberia when a young man succumbed to the temptations of armed robbery, and the young woman who loved his despicable characters, irrespective of being in harm's way.We Will Remember Them - In 1990, a group of armed men, members of the Armed Forces of Liberia, stormed the Lutheran Church in Sinkor, killing untold numbers of unarmed civilians. The effect one of Liberia's most notorious massacres had on one family is told from Meanyean's memory, a survivor leaving Liberia to live in Australia for good.

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Author Name: Dr. R. Evans Yancy

Book Title: Called To Serve

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Excerpt: In our churches and ministries today, there is a growing need for committed and spiritual lay leadership to assist the clergy in shepherding the crowd. All Christians are called to serve in the ministry of Christ with the unique gifts they have been given by the Creator. While the clergy has their unique calling, in the rank and file of the laity, there is a tremendous reservoir that is left untapped as the church fails to foster each member’s skill set and equip them to access their full spiritual potential. This book seeks to develop a replicable model that will increase involvement of these members in the various ministries of the church. With a clear and replicable action plan, Dr. R. Evans Yancy addresses the issue of inactivity among church members and urges others to join him in his mission to enlist dedicated, committed, and equipped laity to assist with the challenges and burdens of their congregations. Christians should not miss the opportunity to lead the world in honesty, integrity, fair play, and justice. Both clergy and lay members must work together to fulfill the tenets of the Great Commission and bring new disciples to the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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Laughter of a Crazy Man

The book you always wanted to read, but could not find
By Michel Dioubate

Available in Paperback, hardback and kindle format on amazon, Books-a-million- price: $18.95,$30.95 and $9.98

Laughter of a Crazy Man is a collection of over 20 thought-provoking upbeat short stories wrapped in side-splitting humor. It opens with a narrative on the Passover celebration of the secretive “Never-Die” church accused of being a sex cult. Later, Stories recount eye witness experiences of the Phebe Hospital Massacre, the capture of Gbarnga, the capital of Greater Liberia during the Liberian civil war and a narrative of the near sinking of The Bulk Challenge, a ship with over 3000 souls running from urban warfare and street battles in Monrovia, Liberia that were refused refuge and forced to stay at sea for many days during the Liberian Civil War.

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Trans-Atlantic Sojourners

The Story of an Americo-Liberian Family

"An astonishing multigenerational story. An epic study of political leaders over nearly two centuries, and it is also a study of both African American history and Liberia's history."

Price: $21.50

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Raphael Willis illustrates an unforgettable story of survival, faith, and courage in this collection of poems and short essays surrounding his childhood in a broken family, his adulthood in Liberia’s civil war before escaping to America as a refugee, and his fight against generational curses of infidelity and divorce in his marriage. The words here are unflinching and unapologetic: Willis boldly walks back into his past trauma, combing through not only his life, but also that of his father, upon which he reveals intimate and painful family secrets. In addition, we receive a firsthand account of a seminal moment in Liberian history and the unbelievable trials leading up to his escape and freedom. Read more...


Goodbye Mother - An African Legend

By Jerome H. Diggs Sr.

Goodbye Mother is a biographical account of the life and work of the late Trphena Elizabeth Aniteye, a Liberian mother, humanitarian and businesswoman. Her eldest child and author, Jerome H. Diggs Sr. explores the struggles, triumphs and lasting legacy left behind by this African Legend.

During a period when mostly men were widely known as the trailblazers of society, Aniteye challenged the status quo and exhibited sheer will and determination in bettering the lives of others. Her leadership qualities undoubtedly evident, was unflinching and deeply rooted in a philosophy to never give up. Details...

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The Monrovia Telephone Directory

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