Yvonne Bakuna, a French secret service operative with Nigerian roots, learns of an underground movement attempting to improve life for all citizens. secretly, she contacts the organization and offers her help. For working with them, she can avenge a dark chapter written in her life when she was a young girl.
Amari Okira,, leader of the People's Movement is more than happy to accept the beautiful black woman into his group. He's been forced to take his plan against corrupt officials to the next level.
Amari and Yvonne intercept a dangerous plan to hijack Canadian Lite as the tanker delivers crude to Singapore. Crude will be traded for weapons used as bargaining chips with the government. They are trapped in a scheme of betrayal and greed that leads to murder.
"An excellent first book, Your pace and detail is enjoyable to a reader. Your research is terrific. You couldn't have done better on your beginning effort as a writer. Hijack at Malacca is a fun read." Clive Cussler
"Try to get this done as a movie. The storyline is interesting and it reads more like a screenplay. You've done a good job with the progression of the story, and your dialogue is realistic." Kevin Smith, Editor, Pocket Books, Div. of Simon and Shuster