In Whit Malice, renowned historian Susan Williams dives into the archives, revealing new, shocking details of America’s covert programme in Africa. The CIA crawled over the continent, poisoning the hopes of 1958 with secret agents and informants; surreptitious UN lobbying; cultural infiltration and bribery; assassinations and coups.
As the colonisers moved out, the Americans swept in―with bitter consequences that reverberate in Africa to this day.₦12,000.00
In The Hottentot Venus; a scintillating and vividly written book, Rachel Holmes traces the full arc of Baartman’s extraordinary life for the first time₦6,000.00
Michela Wrong reveals the breathtaking abuses this tiny nation has suffered and, with the sharp eye for detail that was the hallmark of her account of Mobutu’s Congo, she tells the story of colonialism itself. Along the way, we meet a formidable Emperor, a guerrilla fighter who taught himself French cuisine in the bush, and a chemist who arranged the heist of his own laboratory. An arresting blend of travelogue and history, ‘I Didn’t Do It For You’ pierces the dark heart of our colonial history.₦5,500.00