Books by S. E. Nelson                   

The Helpers: Paperback

 

The Helpers

(An International Tale of Espionage and Corruption)

American journalist, Jenny Osborne, will not let fear stop her from getting a story. She is determined
to report on the war between the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the rebels that is causing political and social turbulence within the country. But after she and her photojournalist, John Spencer, arrive in Kinshasa, they soon discover that things are not as they seem.

Monsieur Lance Lemmand, a veteran French Intelligence Officer in DRC, suspects the hand of The Helpers in the current political unrest. He enlists his protégé, the brilliant and handsome Pierre-Jean Philippe, to help him investigate. When Kai, a local schoolgirl, who is hiding a deep dark, secret, decides to take action, she seeks out Jenny for help. Kai gives Jenny damaging information that could bring down The Helpers. But can Jenny survive long enough to fulfill her duty to Kai and fight her feelings for Pierre, while trying to achieve her ultimate goal?


"The Helpers" find out that Jenny has obtained damaging information about them, they go after her with a vengeance. They will stop at nothing to prevent Jenny from exposing them. Jenny finds herself on the  run, caught in a web of intrigue, espionage and assassinations, spanning from Congo to Europe, and as far reaching as the United States. Her only hope is to find Lance and Pierre. But will they find her before it is too late? Or will "The Helpers" silence them once and for all.

The Helpers: E-book

The Helpers: Paperback

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The Helpers: E-books

 Amazon US  

 Amazon UK  

 Amazon DE  

 Amazon CA  

Amazon FR  

  Barnes & Noble US

Google Play

The Helpers: E-books

 KOBO

 APPLE

  SCRIBD

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  Page Foundry Inktera

  Backer & Taylor Blio

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Nightmare : Paperback

 

 

Nightmare Along the River Nile

(A Story of Twentieth Century Slavery)


Written in simple English from an African perspective and in an African voice, this award-winning story will tug at your heartstrings. Edgar is heading home to visit his mother after finishing high school exams, when rebels belonging to the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) ambush his bus. Edgar and other passengers, most of whom are students, are abducted and taken to the LRA headquarters deep in the mountains of southern Sudan. He finds himself caught up in a nightmare he never imagined and his life is forever changed.

Edgar's friends learn of his fate and embark on a challenging and unpredictable rescue mission full of twists and turns. Can they find the strength to continue the difficult search? Can Edgar's faith sustain him  long enough to escape the hell he is in? Find out in this compelling narrative about a young man and his loyal friends whose story will remain with you for a long time.

 

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Nightmare : E-book

 

  Nightmare: Paperback

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   Amazon UK

  Amazon DE

  Amazon CA

 Amazon FR

  Barnes & Noble US

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 Nightmare : E-books

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   Amazon UK  

  Amazon DE  

  Amazon CA  

  Amazon FR  

  Barnes & Noble US  

Google Play 

Nightmare : E-books

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APPLE

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  Smashwords

   Page Foundry Inktera

  Baker & Taylor Blio

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Thank you for visiting this site. Nelson is an award-winning author who writes African action-adventure stories on topics like: friendship, LRA, war, espionage, colonialism, corruption and human-trafficking. Her first novel Nightmare Along the River Nile is set in Uganda and Sudan. It is about a student who was abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) and sold into slavery. The story was inspired by actual events that happened to many young people in Northern Uganda in the 1990s. Nightmare Along the River Nile has been listed among the top books on slavery. Nelson's second novel The Helpers is an action-packed international tale of espionage and corruption, which is set in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Europe and United States. Although the story is fictitious, much of its background was inspired by historical events that happened during colonial times. The sequel to The Helpers is still in development. Since both books tackle difficult subjects, we don't recommend them for young readers.

Nelson works as a Consultant for the United Nations and other non-profit organizations. She has lived and worked in United States, Europe and Africa. She is an advocate of human rights, peace, child education and anti-slavery. Nelson can be reached by email at sensbooks@aol.com or you can click at S. E. Nelson to connect with her on Twitter.