Alexander Nderitu Books
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Where the Kremlin Live by Alexander N...

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Where the Kremlin Live (And Other Unlikely Poems)

A Body Made For Sin by Alexander Nderitu

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Ten crime stories from the award-winning author of 'Disco Matanga'

King Bure is Dead by Alexander Nderitu

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The sophomore poetry collection from the award-winning author of "The Moon is Made of Green Cheese".

Disco Matanga by Alexander Nderitu

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The Talking Of Trees by Alexander Nde...

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This stage play script covers the life, death and legacy of Prof. Wangari Maathai in unsurpassed technicolour. Steeped in research and injected with a heavy dose of imagination (and a double dose of humour), THE TALKING OF TREES will make you laugh, cry, and cheer. A biographical note on the Nobel Prize's official website,, captures the essence of Prof. Maathai: "Wangari Maathai was the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. She was also the first female scholar from East and Central Africa to take a doctorate (in biology), and the first female professor ever in her home country of Kenya... Maathai played an active part in the struggle for democracy in Kenya, and belonged to the opposition to Daniel arap Moi's regime. In 1977 she started a grass-roots movement aimed at countering the deforestation that was threatening the means of subsistence of the agricultural population. The campaign encouraged women to plant trees in their local environments and to think ecologically. The so-called Green Belt Movement spread to other African countries, and contributed to the planting of over thirty million trees..."

Kiss, Commander, Promise by Alexander...

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In Kenya, an Egyptian defector becomes the focal point of an African Cold War - but is he a player or a pawn in the international game of political chess? In North Korea, a disillusioned spy plays a cat-and-mouse game against his own secret service… In Canada, a successful businesswoman must outwit a stalker who has come a little too close for comfort… In Israel, a secret plan to bioengineer an army of cloned soldiers creates ʹthe perfect storm’ of controversy… In Rwanda, a young family flees the 1994 in a heart-rending tale of courage, sacrifice, hatred and fear… Back in Nairobi, an investigator is called in after an Indian family’s wedding plans turn into funeral arrangements… Ripples of alarm begin to spread when a soon-to-be-crowned Nobel laureate goes missing, believed kidnapped… A varsity student meets her idol... A political assassination is investigated... And a love triangle between a high-strung cop, a naïve writer and a beautiful girl spirals dangerously out of control… ---------------------------------- "A seriously thrilling collection of short stories. From espionage to crimes of passion to tragic love stories. Alexander Nderitu's heavily researched anthology is proof that Kenyan writers have come of age, ready to compete with international big guns." - Ciku Kimani-Mwaniki, author of the Cocktail book series

The Moon Is Made Of Green Cheese by A...

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From a writer who was born on William Shakespeare's birthday comes this delightful collection of poems crafted over several years. 'The Moon is Made of Green Cheese' is a literary safari that will take you from the world's beaches to the depths of the cosmos, from human relationships to the feeding habits of crocodiles, from philosophical thoughts to love in the time of malaria... Like a pot of East Africa pilau, there's something here for everyone, and if this critically acclaimed collection doesn't become an international literary hit, then the world is upside down and the moon is made of green cheese!

When The Whirlwind Passes by Alexande...

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Maggie Njeri's encounter with Michael Othaya, the young heir to a multi-billion-shilling fashion empire, marked the beginning of a cataclysmic cycle of events that would involve sex, manipulation, conspiracy...and first-degree murder.
To be sure, the Sultans of Fashion had had their fair share of scandals and intrigues in the past. Overly ambitious and genetically predisposed towards greed, the rich and famous Othayas were no strangers to controversy. But it wasn't until Michael and Maggie - a ghetto princess - started romancing that the feuding family's civil war reached its climax...
Easily digested and written with a handle on humour, When the Whirlwind Passes is doubtless one of the best crime novels to ever come out of Africa.
‘Alex Nderitu is one of a handful of young, brilliant writers to come off the Kenyan terrain in the recent past. His books (hoping there will be many more)…are pure commercial escapism, and brilliantly written at that.’
- Saturday Magazine/Daily Nation


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