Swimming Against the Tide: Livesey Ebenezer Oluremi Luke
A true story about one man's stand for justice and freedom helped by his one true love, Rachel. Livesey Luke, son of a builder rises to become an eminent judge and Chief Justice against the background of political independence, and the harsh realities of one party states and corrupt governments that follow. An exciting and dramatic novel told against a quaint tropical background.
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