Dead Gods HM2
Dead Gods: HM2
Author: Ophelia S. Lewis
Publish: November 2, 2014
Publisher: Village Tales Publishing
Format: ebook, Paperback
ISBN: 978-0985362522
Pages: 398
Dimension: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches

On Africa’s west coast where the first woman-president is elected to bring hope to the world’s number one corrupt nation, the heart-man kills again; and this time it’s a nine-year-old boy. For some, it’s a business. For Officer Lonos, it’s personal. And for the Douglas family, it’s an opportunity to clear their name.

It hasn’t been all that long since RJ Douglas's last visit to Liberia when his father was under suspicion of murder, then tried and executed. Now it is RJ’s secret that takes him back—his love child. In the main time, deep inside Monrovia brews an undercover operation called the Net, far from James Bond-ish operations, but nonetheless, one established to free the country of the iniquitousness certain people continue to curse Liberia with. And from this, Rufus Bohn’s private security agency turns gangsters into dead gods and ordinary citizens into heroes.

Ophelia S. Lewis
Author Details:

The founder of Village Tales Publishing and self-published author of more than ten books, Ophelia S. Lewis is determined to make Village Tales Publishing a recognized name in the literary industry. The author of the popular heart-man novels, Heart Men and Dead Gods (HM2), Ms. Lewis has also written a gamebook, Liberia Unscrabbled, two collections of short stories, The Dowry of Virgins & Other Stories and Montserrado Stories; a book of essay, My Dear Liberia; and a collection of poems, Journeys. These books provide a view into Liberia society, one cannot get from the headlines. Lewis has also written two children’s books; A is for Africa and The Good Manner Alphabets (How to be a super polite kid).

Ophelia S. Lewis is also the CEO of the Liberia Literary Society organization, which provides resources to preserve Liberia’s literary works, advance girls’ education and youth development. Giving children a chance to learn is one of the most urgent priorities in Liberia. As a published author and humanitarian, Lewis takes on the dire, yet fulfilling task of giving children an opportunity to start a solid educational journey. Hopefully, the synergy of Liberia Literary Society and Village Tales Publishing will produce effective results for students. Quality education is key to any society’s success; this ignites Lewis’ passion for writing children’s books.