Femi Kayode has spent the last two decades in advertising. In fits and starts. In between, he was a Packard Gates Fellow in Film at the University of Southern California and a Gates Fellow in International Health at the University of Washington. He also managed to build an impressive resume on prime-time television by creating, writing and developing several award-winning TV dramas.
He recently completed an MA in Crime Fiction at the University of East Anglia, where his novel Lightseeker won the Little, Brown / UEA Crime Fiction Award.
Lightseeker is his first novel and the beginning of a series of books based on the investigations of Dr Philip K. Talwo. He lives in Namibia with his wife, two sons and two overly friendly dogs.
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Bio credit: DHH Literary Agency