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At the age of 24 Joseph Jonathan Kofi Kuma finds himself in the bizarre situation in which he is confronted with the gruesome task of stopping his own people from burying him alive.
His survival through this morbid ordeal and the subsequent struggle to get out of the rot of society as well as the bureaucratic maze, succeeds in strengthening him and opening up a new vista of life.
His discovery of love and friendship fortifies him to accept the challenges and responsibilities of the times and even of a child yet to be born.
Set in contemporary Ghana, Brother Man is an exciting novel, lavishly seasoned with humour and written in the unique style for which Bill Marshall enjoys much respect.
BILL MARSHALL is the recipient of several awards, both at home and abroad, for his creative pursuits both as a writer and a producer.
After his studies in the UK, he joined the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation-Television as a producer. From GBC-TV he joined Lintas Ghana for four years before establishing Studio Africain, of which he was the Managing Director.
He was appointed Director of the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI), a post he held for twelve years before retiring.
Bill Marshall is a fellow of the Ghana Association of Writers (GAW) and the Pan African Writers Association (PAWA). Over the decades, his writings have been wide and diverse spanning film and television, radio, the press and books.
His published works include three plays: Shadow of an Eagle. Stranger to Innocence and The Son of Umbele and Bukom, a novel.