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David David
Ready To Exhale
David David, author
READY TO EXHALE *************** Jason von Meyer, an American born Swiss national – a protracted racist, brilliant and rich – wasn’t a fan of the Africans, Nigerians especially. His perception of the country was ruined when his father, Klaus von Meyer, was murdered in Lagos as a Swiss ambassador to Nigeria. The Meyers, hurt, left with a terribly bad impression of the country. But then, he met Anita – born of a Nigerian father and a German mother – stunning, and confident. Jason never knew her nationality until it was too late. He was stunned by her beauty. The relationship quickly blossomed into marriage. In Anita’s desperation to change her husband’s perception about human equality despite the skin color, the investigation uncovered the real murderer of Klaus von Meyer. The killer was Meyer’s twin brother. Overwhelmed with guilt and remorse, Jason gave up his racist card and picked up that of an advocate for human equality as restitution for his past. His new calling sparked up bad blood among the elite in the world of deception, those who hide under the cover of the weakness of men to sabotage humanity. Jason’s passion to unite the world and bring about world peace by breaking the gap between skin colors landed him in a deep sleep that produced monsters. His determination for world peace launched him into an encounter with the underworld, where his path crossed with the sleek but ruthless and cold-blooded city tycoons who covers with the shield of world insecurity to make their fortunes. When Jason von Meyer became a threat to their trade, they had to make him pay with his life, but even in hell, Jason is READY TO EXHALE! A novel of hope to unite the world against racism. It’s an attempt to bring about world peace in a language that writers haven’t discovered yet. Subtle, quirky and clever. - NBR
American-born Swiss national Jason von Meyer, the narrator of David’s intriguing mystery, is on vacation at a resort near the Ohio River when he spots a picture of his father, Klaus, who was murdered in Lagos years earlier, on the cover of a magazine. Jason thought the murder was unsolved, but the cover article purports to answer the mystery—a Swiss gang known as the Big Take was hired to assassinate Klaus when he was the Swiss ambassador to Nigeria. Jason’s dumbfounded that neither the Swiss government nor his mother told him about the solution to a crime that he credits with turning him into a racist, based on his original belief that the killer was Black. This new understanding prompts Jason to travel to Nigeria and embark on rehabilitating the country’s image around the world by using his newly acquired knowledge of Nigeria to produce a documentary and movies. His good intentions, which some Nigerians are skeptical of, place him in jeopardy as he encounters threats from a terrorist and a war merchant. David keeps the unusual story moving along briskly. Fans of unpredictable crime novels will be satisfied. (Self-published)