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The Rabbit's Man

4.50  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
In the oil-rich region of the Niger-Delta, six armed militants of the United Niger-Delta Brigade steal into an oil jetty station near the Bonny Estuary and murder three foreign expatriates. Cape City, Nigeria. Kingsley Azobi, a Nigerian real-estate developer is facing bankruptcy. His only means of getting out of it: return to his former lifestyle as a gun smuggler and supp ...more
Paperback, 386 pages
Published September 27th 2013 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Subodh Katiyar
Oct 23, 2017 rated it really liked it
Damien Dsoul has created an action packed book which certainly would appeal to people looking for something of a light reading to be finished in couple of days.
The first few chapters might come slow, the reader might be in for a few shockers thrown in way of details of morning rituals performed by the lead character along with few minor editing errors.

But, once the initial plot is sketched and the strange sounding character names have gained footing the author takes you on a ride full of surpris
Aug 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
Secret Wars – A review of the novel ‘The Rabbit's Man’

“There is no redemption from hell” - Pope Paul III

Author Damien Dsoul’s novel, ‘The Rabbit’s Man’, is a fictional tale of espionage and one man’s tale for redemption set in Nigeria. A literal explosive start dives the reader straight into the heat of the action where violence perpetrated by militants are common place, especially ones belonging to the United Niger Delta Brigade. We are soon introduced to the hero, Mr. Kingsley Azobi who is int
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I was born in 1984, about a mile from SLAUGHTERHOUSE 5, close to where A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN. My father was murdered IN COLD BLOOD when I was about two. He was killed by some UNDERWORLD thugs who were known round the barrio as THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT. My mother, a BLACK DAHLIA, couldn't handle me, so I spent much of my years growing up inside GIOVANNI'S ROOM. At the age of fifteen ...more

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