Nightfall (Twisted, Book 2)

Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction

By Dr. Kennedy Obohwemu

Publisher : First Edition Design Publishing

ABOUT Dr. Kennedy Obohwemu

Dr. Kennedy Obohwemu
(Medical Doctor, Publisher, Editor, Novelist, Playwright, Poet) Dr. Kennedy O. Obohwemu is a medical graduate of Delta State University, Abraka. He hails from Oteri in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. He attended Government College, Victoria Island (GOCOVI),  More...



This is the second of two books in the blockbuster series, Twisted.

It’s judgment day…

When international bestselling author Mofe Esiri fell victim to the sensual lures and snares of sexy Nollywood actress Daisy Igho (Foxy), all hell was let loose.

He gets caught in a snare, and he’s forced to make a split-second decision: negotiate with a terrorist or risk losing everything he holds dear.

His life takes a few more unexpected turns after shocking revelations about his foster father emerge. Another moment of madness follows when he travels back in time to unravel the mystery surrounding the identity of his real father.

Matters came to a head when an unidentified cold-blooded killer surfaced, with mafia roots and links to a secret international organisation backed by the highest tier of government.

WARNING: This story, fresh, forward, deeply inspiring, will immerse you into the writer’s world, and you’ll marvel at the scenery, like it is happening right in front of you! It’s an unbelievable piece of literature that will keep you biting your nails from start to finish! A story too compelling to put down, this book will tickle your senses, place you on a high, knock you out and ultimately leave you breathless!

Twisted Series Reading Order:

* Frozen (Book 1)

* Nightfall (Book 2)

In 2003, Nigerians were reported to be the happiest people in the world following the results of a scientific survey carried out in 65 nations in 1999-2001. The research was reported by one of the world’s top science magazines, New Scientist, and was picked up by a number of news outlets. The report considered that the country’s family life and culture were more important than its problems and material wealth in determining happiness. To many outsiders Africa remains a complex conundrum, and a good number of our citizens out there are unwilling to return home. This is largely due to reports often received from the media — civil wars, dictatorships, poverty, and all the other favourite stereotypes of Africa in the press.

"A masterful thriller..." - The Sun