The Aso-Ebi Chronicles

The Aso-Ebi Chronicles is a series of four novellas featuring four amateur female detectives solving mysteries in Nigeria.  Each novella features a strong, female lead character and can be read in any order.

Aso-Ebi means “family cloth” in Yoruba, and along with the mystery and romance themes, these stories explore the life-cycle and cultural significance of popular aso-ebi fabrics in a fresh and exciting way.

1. Bewaji’s Ankara Adventures


SummaryBewaji is a 24-year old woman who is hired to investigate a strange case involving an American woman romantically involved with a man living in Nigeria. The presumption is that the woman is a victim of one of the popular “romance scams.” Will her suspicions be proven right?

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Year of Publication: 2013

Book Cover Designer: Qaaim Goodwin

Part of Series?: Yes. The Aso-Ebi Chronicles

2. Wura’s Woodin Adventures

Isn't she lovely?

Summary:  Someone has been stealing expensive jewelry from Alhaja Munirat Rahman, a fabric and jewelry merchant. It is up to Wura Oyelese, her 20-something year old niece, to unmask the culprit.

As she nurtures a budding romance with the self-proclaimed “suave efiko”, Kola Adegbenro, and pursues the highly-coveted title of Miss UNILAG, will Wura catch the thief?

Price: FREE

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Read: ePub | PDF | Mobi (Kindle) | Pdb

Year of Publication: 2014

Book Cover Designer: Qaaim Goodwin

Part of Series?: Yes. The Aso-Ebi Chronicles

One thought on “The Aso-Ebi Chronicles

  1. I just came across your series, specifically wura’s woodin adventure and greatly enjoyed this piece. Keep up the great work. Will be coming back for more.

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