BAKAR MANSARAY, is a Canadian author of Sierra Leonean descent whose works have appeared in the Sierra Leonean Writers Series, Maple Tree Literary Supplement, Ayebia African and Caribbean Publishing Specialists, Edmonton’s 'Diversity' magazine, Vancouver’s 'Patriotic Vanguard', and 'Christian Monthly Library (West Africa)'. The author of two peer-reviewed articles, a book of short stories, an autobiography, a novel, and a book of historical non-fiction, Mansaray was the recipient of Writer-of-the-Year 2017, Afro-Canadian Heroes Award. He is founder of the Mandingo Scrolls Series and a member of the Writers' Guild of Alberta. Mansaray holds a master's degree in Business Administration. He divides his time between Ottawa and Edmonton, Canada.
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Angel and Mercy are young women from Sierra Leone with careers, but without histories or families. Their hidden child-soldier past and hopeful future begin to unravel when they are called upon to help contain the Ebola outbreak. As the Ebola Crisis deepens, Angel and Mercy will confront other threats that are just as deadly as the virus they were sent to stop.