Of Pawns and Players

by Kinyanjui Kombani

  • SKU: 2010141002892

Kinyanjui Kombani is a Kenyan novelist, playwright, scriptwriter, and literature activist. He burst onto the scene in 2004 with his debut novel The Last Villains of Molo one of the few pieces of art that have been produced about Kenya’s first post-election crisis in 1991. We loved it. 

He followed in 2013 with Den of Inequities a book that follows a killer gang in Nairobi that we also loved.

The author’s new novel Of Pawns and Players tackles the underground world of betting in the simple and humorous narrative style that has made him a household name in contemporary fiction.

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  1. A well scripted story

    behind the intrigues of corruption, lies, gambling and mistrust is a story of love, true friendship and the true value of family. Why should you read this book ? Because it does not end as you would expect it. The story could have been expanded further, but where it stops is where your imagination is supposed to guide you towards. So hop on...

    Reviewed by Franklin on 21 Mar 2019, 12:40 p.m.

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