The President’s Son (Winmat Senior Readers)
The two rogues would like to reap where they have not sown. Will Tabi be able to impersonate the President’s son successfully? Will the sugarcoated words and grabbing hands be enough to get them to the land of milk and honey?
The Courage to Say No (Winmat Senior Readers)
Asebu, a student of one of the best schools in the country, takes to bad company and hard drugs. Will he listen to the advice of his parents, pastor and girlfriend? Or will he succumb to the influence of bad friends?
The Legacy (Winmat Senior Readers)
Abora’s children feel their late father’s wealth rightly belongs to them, but Diako, Abora’s nephew, thinks otherwise. Meanwhile, what has happened to Abora’s will, written in the school exercise book with the red cover? Have there been strange hands working inside Abora’s safe since his death?
A Fresh Start (Pacesetters)
Osifo Egie and Ndidi Amerigo meet briefly as teenagers through a family friendship. But they do not like each other and their lives take very different directions. Ndidi is from a wealthy background and is about to leave for England to study. Osifo has not completed his education and is soon to start work as a clerk. By the time fate brings them together again each of them has experienced a great deal. But it seems at first that the unhappiness they have both suffered may keep them apart.
The Worshippers (Pacesetters)
Paul Okoro is in hospital having lost his leg in a skirmish with a crocodile. He tells a strange and sinister tale of darkness and mystery in the back streets of Ibadan. A man is brutally murdered; Paul’s beautiful girlfriend is kidnapped by thugs (who get more than they bargained for) and Paul finds himself up to his neck in trouble.
Love on the Rocks (Pacesetters)
Driven out of his village by family conflicts, Pule Nkgogang tries to start a new life in the city. After many struggles and set-backs he at last finds happiness with Moradi, a young girl from a rich middle-class family, only to discover that breaking with the past is harder than he had imagined.
Second-Hand Love (Pacesetters)
Masozi has always lived in the shadow of people who are more attractive than she is. Her younger sister Chimika, especially, is always surrounded by eager admirers. When Masozi at last gets married, by proxy, to the unknown Bravington she feels that perhaps happiness is at last within her grasp – but is it?
Love’s Dilemma (Pacesetters)
Towera’s ordered life as one of the first female demonstrators in the Department of Agriculture is threatened when the handsome, plausible Luka Mwawomba is posted to the same place. Towera soon finds herself falling in love with him, in spite of her better judgement. Luka, however, is a weak character and Towera has to struggle with her feelings for him and the knowledge that he is cheating her. What is the answer to her dilemma? Can she overlook his shortcomings?
The Hopeful Lovers (Pacesetters)
Roseline Momoh enters university full of optimism. Her academic record is good, she has been accepted to study the subjects of her choice and, of most importance, she has met and fallen in love with a young medical student, Tade Eji, who reciprocates her feelings. But the relationship is not all that Roseline believes it to be and Tade’s character leads him, in spite of himself, to jeopardize his chances of happiness.
Small Affairs (Pacesetters)
The lives of Nompumulelo and Lindon are bound together, and it often seems as if they were made for each other. Yet the small affairs of life lead each one into a separate path. Can they be happy apart or will the threads that bind them together prove stronger than anything else?