Confessions of Emelisa: Woman in Chains Book Three

In Volks Police Station, where Emelisa is put in a cell, law officers use emotional torture to produce dramatic results. She wishes she could trust Humphrey, a human rights lawyer who has horned in to help, because she sees a face on him like the face of all the black men she sees all over Africa. And she also has to be convinced about the ability of others exerting for her to turn around her fate More

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About A. N. Okonoboh

Aihebholo-oria Okonoboh is author, novelist, reviewer and critic. His works are mainly fiction on Political Satire and Social Justices. But when he touches on non-fiction, you get confused about his terrain as he reflects a keen understanding on a wide area of subjects.

About the Series: Woman in Chains
Emelisa, a beautiful young black wife of Old Man, Uyi, is a murderer most of her life. She only learns of this murderous drive in her heart and intractable nature when her husband becomes her next victim. One thing is clear to her. The police can never get her unless she lend herself. She will not stop killing unless she is caught and grounded beyond her knees. As excitement grew over Uyi's murder, her latest, Emelisa doesn't want to kill anymore. But as she decides to surrender, she is not sure that she, a small figment of the black woman whom the African man fears and yearns to keep under control will accept help from the Save the Black Woman group. She thinks that her courageous pride in prison will better taunt the black men and end the tears of black women.

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