The Galadima Conspiracy

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Hersassin - A Leah Givens Thriller

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Beware, the New Face of Fraud
It's 3AM in Cyprus, and while most residents of the small Island sleep, a certain miscreant is up in his dimly lit room, on his computer plotting his next scheme. He is on Facebook but he's not using his account. He's using the made-up account for Charles Harrison and he's sending messages to my friends on Facebook with my picture and my name claiming I'm a fraud and I've scammed him.


Real Women who Spy Part. 2
Way before Steven Seagal ever killed anyone on screen with a judo chop, Nancy Wake had been there, done that - in real life.


Real Women who Spy Part. 1
I'm no historian but I believe the first female spy in history was Delilah who was approached by the Philistines to discover the secret of Samson's strength. Delilah was a temptress and was extremely attractive and Samson fell completely in love with her. She used her powers of seduction and manipulation to eventually get Samson to reveal the source of his power which led to his downfall.


Women Who Spy

Before I re-introduce Leah Givens, check out this 5-part series, as we look into the extraordinary real life stories of some of history's most notorious female spies. These are the women who sacrificed all - their freedom, children and in some cases, their lives - to gather information in dangerous, do-or-die situations.

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About Dan Abubakar

Dan Abubakar

Dan Abubakar started writing at the age of nine and for years writing remained just a hobby. After University and working in the I.T industry as a Web Developer/Consultant for almost ten years, Dan decided to give writing a real chance. His debut novel is the political thriller The Galadima Conspiracy.

When not writing, Dan is an avid reader, a movie buff and sometimes a music enthusiast. His favorite movies include The Usual Suspects, Con Air, L.A Confidential, The Shawshank Redemption, 50 First Dates, Inception, The Dark Knight and Casino Royale.

Dan's influences include Sidney Sheldon, James Patterson, Vince Flynn, Dean Koontz and Lee Child. More recently, writers like Rachel Abbott and Simon Wood have also inspired him.

Dan loves thrillers and mysteries but is open to all genres.He is currently working on his second and third books simultaneously. They are Hersassin and Yahooligans.