Title: Bin Laden
Author: Kenneth Phiri
Size: 210mm x 148mm, 234 pages
ISBN: 978-0-620-60867-1 (print)
When he responded to a neighbour’s call for help that night, little did he know that his life was about to change. He was summoned before authorities, told that he too had committed a crime, tried and found guilty. He disagreed with the tribunal. Not amused by his defiance, the tribunal multiplied his punishment by a dangerous factor. He reacted in the most unimaginable way. After the incident, he hoped that everyone had learnt their lessons and that life would be normal thereafter. He was wrong. He was found guilty of yet another offence and punished again. That was when he knew that he too had a dark side.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kenneth William Phiri was born in Ntcheu, Republic of Malawi. He was trained in the UK as a Clinical Research Scientist. He has worked in London and Nottingham in the UK and in Blantyre and Zomba in Malawi.
His greatest passion is writing. His work includes The Rubbish Funeral (BBC Focus on Africa Magazine), Dedicated to Mission of Revenge, An Interesting Funeral, Welcomed by a Corpse (Malawi News) and Fraternal Fury (under a pen name) (Malawi Nation). He has also written two stage plays: The Superintendent’s Daughter (University of Malawi’s Chancellor College Drama Group) and The Knight (Blackbirds Theatre).
Kenneth lives in Zomba, Malawi with his wife and children.
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