A Number, a Nerd and a Mystery

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Amerley Treb Books, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 118 pages
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The Sub Saharan Mystery gumshoes are on the trail again. Mokosane and Tolimashi have a strong emotional stake in solving a mystery that significantly affects their lives and the lives of their relatives. They find themselves in a jumble of events that present a problem they care about. There's a mystery man in town. Nobody seems to know who the mystery man is. He seems to be responsible for some of their relatives mysteriously winning the lottery. As well, the same relatives seem to be under a kind of spell. Can they break the spell and solve the mystery?

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Flora A. Trebi Ollennu is a versatile author whose publications span children and young adults novels as well as non-fiction works, including My Daily Walk: Discover the Life of Jesus series, Crackling Cans series, Sunbeamy Kids series, and Shogologo Babies. She is also a social entrepreneur, pursuing structural changes to development protocols in poor urban and rural communities in Ghana by providing technical assistance and sourcing for funds internationally and locally to provide education, credit, housing, and health facilities. She is the founder of the Trebi Kuma Ollennu Foundation for Community Development and president of La Ma?saam? Kpee International.Flora earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in Planning at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, and M.A. in Geography at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.Flora lives with her husband and four children in Beaumont, Alberta, Canada.

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