316pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2019
A novel about a girl born in Ghana with a light complexion and how her skin tone was both a privilege and a curse as she struggled to find her way in the world.
Ekow Duker was educated in Ghana, the UK, the USA and France, and has worked as an oil field engineer, a banker, and a corporate strategist. Currently he works in data science and lives in Johannesburg. He is the author of the novels White Wahala, Dying in New York and The God Who Made Mistakes.