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The Peculiar Kenyan
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Author: Sunny Bindra

These astute and witty insights will have you laughing even as you recognize the foibles that make us Kenyans: how we drive (badly), how we do business (clumsily), how we do politics (in a corrupt manner). This book is a mirror reflecting back the Kenyan psyche, and hopefully it will prompt change. At the very least, you will be thoroughly entertained!

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Single and Searching
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Full Title: Single & Searching: How to find & Marry Mr. Right
Author: Dr. Chris Hart

The perfect book for anyone tired of the dating game. Dr. Hart assures us that there are loads of good men out there. In clear, simple and practical steps, he shows how to find out who is best for you, and how to meet and marry him. It's possible! Read this and start your action plan towards a future shared with that special someone...

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Uta Do? How to Sell a Business Idea
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Author: Agatha Verdadero

A practical all-you-need-to-know guide to presenting a business idea to anyone, whether a prospective partner, client, or financer. It avoids jargon and is full of local examples and case studies. These clear steps, from idea to knocking on doors to closing the deal and after, should be read by anyone interested in business, especially new entrepreneurs.

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Living Memories
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Author: Al Kags

Take a journey into Kenya's musical past. This beautifully illustrated booklet, audio CD and documentary DVD traces the roots of Benga music, arguably the most distinctive sound to have come out of Kenya.

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Halfway Between Nairobi and Dundori
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Author: Muthoni Garland

Naivasha is halfway between Nairobi (where Wanjeri wants to be) and Dundori (where her husband wishes to be). Their story is further complicated by Wanjeri's sister who lives as the kept woman of an older white man. A story about love in the Kenyan Context.

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Tracking the Scent of My Mother
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Author: Muthoni Garland

Planting my bare buttocks on the planks, I'd grip the rope with my hands, dangle my feet over the edge and dry in the sweet morning sun. It was on this very same plank-and-rope bridge, two years later, that I pushed my half-sister Faith into Ragati's rushing waters. It was not my fault that she had never learnt to swim.

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Tropical Fish
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Author: Doreen Baingana

Tropical Fish follows the lives of three very different sisters. Christine is the youngest of the three sisters; as a little girl, she discovers the dynamics of her parents marriage through her mother's jewellery drawer. She moves to the U.S and discovers more about the relationship she has with other people as well as herself.

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Cut Off My Tongue
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Author: Sitawa Namwalie

The poems render in beautiful language what we grapple with and fear to say when we talk about tribe, land, family, personal identity, patriotism and politics in Kenya. They are poignant, evocative, painfully honest and humorous. Along with the poems are essays by notable Kenyan writers and thinkers that explore issues the poems raise, such as the meaning of a homeland, and how and what one can write about love.
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