Monrovia

Books in this genre are set in or about Monrovia.

Never Slow Dance with a Zombie
The New Victorians: A Young Woman's Challenge to the Old Feminist Order
Not Now, Not Ever
A Line in the Dark
People Like Us
They Both Die at the End
The House at Sugar Beach

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Hank Bracker
 Once inside, I stood in the shadows where I knew that I was out of sight and carefully peered through the windows. What I saw made my heart skip a beat. It was Franz Knüppel, making his way between some of the huge bales of rubber towards the forward part of the ship. In the dark I fumbled for the signal pistol kept in a box on the bridge for emergencies and rammed a cartridge into its chamber. Not wanting to lose sight of Knüppel, I quietly stepped out onto the wing of the bridge, all the time ...more
Captain Hank Bracker, "Seawater Two...."

Hank Bracker
During the early hours of April 12, 1980, which for all practical purposes looked no different than any other hot and humid morning in Monrovia. Select members of Liberia’s National Defense Force awoke early and quietly made their way to the small garden in the back of the Presidential Palace on Ashmond Street. Within minutes President Tolbert and twenty-six of his staff were murdered by the rebels called the “People's Redemption Council,” There are differing stories as to the time and manner o ...more
Captain Hank Bracker, "Salty & Saucy Maine"

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