C. M. Okonkwo
C. M. Okonkwo is a Nigerian author who grew up in Lagos and moved to France to study, where she obtained a B.Sc. in Business Administration and Management, an M.Sc. in Personnel and Employment Management, and an advanced M.Sc. in International HR Management and Development. A lover of travel and tourism, her writing ideas and style are inspired by experiences gained in different countries she has lived in and visited.
CMO's best genres are mystery, suspense, thriller, detective, action and short stories.
So far CMO has written three novels: The XIth Hour (Thriller/Suspense), Thirteen Suspects (Erotic/Suspense), and Dim Noo Abroad (Drama/Suspense); a novella, Closed Door (Young Adult/Mystery), which is the first story in the Angela Hunter Series.
CMO has also written a series of short stories, some of which will be published on her blog very soon.
CMO's writing goal being diversity, she is still exploring other genres, including fantasy, horror, and sci-fi.
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After Angela saw what she thought was a body under Father Paul’s desk, she passed out. When she woke up, she realized the detectives had seen something else under the desk... Nothing! But Angela’s persistence made Detectives Slaughter and Pruitt come together again to solve the jammed-door mystery.
Dim Noo Abroad
Welcome to the Eastern part of Nigeria, where obtaining a university degree and landing a good job are not the only ambitions of the young women in this unique community. They have vowed to do whatever it takes to find a husband. And not just any type of husband, but one who lives abroad.
A young Nigerian student was found dead in his London city studio. Detectives Christina King and Richard Gailor interrogated everyone that had contact with him on the night he was killed. All of them were cleared, except thirteen particular suspects, each with intriguing stories and secret motives.
Ziora received a distressing phone call, causing her to leave her house in a hurry. But when she returned home, she was welcomed by a few unexpected events.
Frustrated because of a constantly locked door in her house, Angela eventually opened it and the heart-wrenching discovery left her speechless. Detectives Jacob Slaughter and Kingsley Pruitt were assigned to the case, and their investigation led to something bigger.
The XIth Hour
Life seemed perfect for Twil Jeafi, until he suddenly woke up with a type of amnesia. Things got even weirder when he received an anonymous phone call from a lady assumed to be his sister. With some help, he tracked down the mysterious caller and he discovered the unbelievable.
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on Dec. 17, 2013
Very interesting read, I must say. I never read long books, but I decided to start with Heller. It got me hooked until I finished it, in only three days. That's a record!!! I loved the action, the humor, the characters and everything.
PS: I also fell in love with Heller.
on Dec. 17, 2013
The book cover doesn't give a clue of what to expect, but given that I never judge a book by its cover, I dug into this one. And I must admit, I was surprised at how the mystery and suspense were beautifully interwoven with the erotica, all in almost equal doses.
A lover of mystery and suspense myself, I knew the minute Jason opened the door at the hotel room that he wasn't alone in there. Yup, I saw that one coming. I would have asked for the same thing as Sam did.
I also liked the ending. My heart skipped at first when I saw "Hey Becky," then I started hoping it was a dream before I was finally relieved. And Danny, oh Danny! Interesting character.
Nice one S. Wolf!
- Don't Call Me Baby
on Dec. 20, 2013
It was an interesting read. Nice characters, nice stories, nice everything. Enjoyed it. I'm already sampling the next one, looking good!
- Bruce Howard - Gentleman with Brass Knuckles
on Dec. 22, 2013
I really enjoyed reading this book. The Author put in some really nice stories and interesting cases. Even though all the clues were in the open, it was always difficult to identify the culprit until the mystery was solved. I can't say which case was my best, maybe the case of "Bruce Howard," because I knew something wasn't right with the way he solved the mystery too soon, and I was right about that. I didn't really like the case of the "Flying Patient," it was sort of confusing and a clue was missing. The last case was sad, but funny, and then it ended well. I hope the next collection comes out soon, can't wait!
- Tell Tale Heart
on Dec. 22, 2013
I liked the writing style, and the ending. Very interesting story, but too short. I wanted to know what was next.
Nice one to the author.