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The Girls Take Control

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The Girls Take Control by MR Geoffrey Kiggundu
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This is the sequel to Frenemy Matriarchs. Merab and Ruth have retired, and both businesses are failing without them. Leah wants Merab's restaurant to stay open, but it is losing money and she is not equipped to save it. Although Ruth's home furnishings boutique is still profitable, its performance is declining, and Herbert is not interested in running it. The matriarchs' granddaughters, Babirye, Nakato and Hellen, have their own busy careers and family responsibilities, but decide they need to step in to save the family's businesses and protect the family's wealth. The granddaughters have still more serious problems to solve when a wave of shocking discoveries threatens to break the family apart. Will they be able to save the family from disintegrating? Geoffrey Kiggundu has created an absorbing story of a family in crisis-The Girls Take Control is a lively, lovingly portrayed tale of an accomplished and complicated Ugandan family, and shows an older generation, complacent about its legacy, gradually letting the younger generation save it, and the useful lessons both parents and their adult children learn along the way.

Author Biography

GEOFFREY KIGGUNDU was educated at Makerere University and Universit de Rouen. He taught French in Makerere University before emigrating to Canada. He currently lives in Milton, Ontario with his wife and three children. His first novel The son of Kasaka was published in 2013.
Release date NZ
May 2nd, 2018
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
Tuundu Publishers
Pages
296
Dimensions
152x229x17
ISBN-13
9780991848737
Product ID
28053838

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