It is generally accepted that there are only two possible outcomes to the flipping of a coin - heads or tails. In reality, there is also a small possibility of the coin landing on its edge. In this book we explore the tumultuous marriage of a middle aged Kenyan power couple as it is told by different parties in their life. On this riveting journey across the foothills of Mt. Kenya and the chaotic streets of Nairobi, the reader will learn that the truth is not a universal concept, but one that is dependent on the person telling the story.
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Ciku Kimeria lives and works in Kenya as a consultant focusing on international development issues. In her free time, she enjoys writing and traveling. She is particularly fascinated by the universality of human emotions and enjoys reading books about people whose culture she knows little about. She hopes to use her work to reach more people with stories about Kenyan people that they can relate to - even if they do not know much about Kenya. She holds a BSc in Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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