COOMBS MOYLETT MACLEAN
Leye AdenleLeye Adenle is a Nigerian-born crime thriller author, known for his gripping and suspenseful stories that explore the darker side of human nature. His debut novel, "Easy Motion Tourist," won the prestigious Prix Marianne in France in 2016.
Adenle's writing is characterised by its vivid descriptions of Nigerian society, which he portrays with a gritty realism that captures the complexity of life in a country that is often misunderstood by outsiders. His novels delve into issues such as corruption, inequality, and violence, while also exploring the humanity of his characters and the choices they make in the face of adversity.
In addition to his writing, Adenle is a frequent speaker on issues related to African literature and culture, and has given talks at universities and literary festivals around the world. He is also an advocate for gender equality, and his writing often explores the experiences of women in Nigerian society.
With a growing reputation as one of the most exciting voices in contemporary crime fiction, Leye Adenle's work has been praised for its sharp prose, memorable characters, and unflinching portrayal of the darker side of human nature.