Wednesday

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
...So the demon moves undetected.

Wednesday is an inexorable tale of undiscovered crime where investigation spins out of control. Westminster is confiscated with gruesome deeds of an incognito serial murderer on Wednesdays. A Senior Investigating Officer bestows its prime suspect with the responsibility of catching and bringing this anonymous villain to the bars of justice... More

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Published by SFEM PRESS
Words: 32,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301133659
About Success Akpojotor

Success Akpojotor, a screenwriter, playwright, novelist, poet, short story writer, flash fiction writer, editor, actor, historian and diplomat makes writing so easy as breathing; and he sure knows how to build a bridge between the pages and reality.

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Review by: Rex Power on Feb. 03, 2016 :
Looking for a dark literary thriller, I recommend this book. Author knows his onions.
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Review by: Rayaantre on Feb. 03, 2016 :
Great feeling to know that there are still authors out there who write in the Mystery/Detective genre, most especially when this author is Black and Nigerian.

Success, you wrote very well in the first person, and you wrote like a veteran. You have a fan already. Hollywood should adapt this book. I recommend it.

You grabbed me into your world and now I want to read everything you ever have written.
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Review by: Ivygirl1 on Feb. 03, 2016 :
I just could not put this book down. I kept scrolling until I reached the last page. Please, I want to see more of Wole Robert. Too bad that his wife died. But I liked the fact that this thriller was unpredictable.
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Review by: Nora Lee on May 14, 2013 :
I didn't get far into this story before I was bored. When I select a mystery story I want to get into the plot, not meander through the main characters personal menagerie of crazy relatives etc.
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