Oil field engineer turned banker turned writer, Ekow Duker grew up in Ghana and studied in the UK, the US and France. He now lives and works in Johannesburg. His debut novels, White Wahala and Dying in New York, were published in 2014 and were followed in 2016 by his third and most ambitious novel, The God Who Made Mistakes. He gave up trying to bring down a stubborn golfing handicap long ago and now divides his time unevenly between data science and writing.
 The better bookclub (Council Chamber)
 The birth and life of Soweto (Elephant & Barrel)
 A one-on-one with Gregg Hurwitz (Church Hall)