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Dele was born in Hammersmith, London in the United Kingdom to Nigerian parents. He has worked variously as a Graphic Designer and Freelance Newspaper Correspondent. He is a keen computer enthusiast. Dele graduated from the University Of East London in 1994 with a degree in Media & Communications. Mr Adeyemo's previously forthcoming work include includes "Visions At Dawn" - a selection of poetry and "Hard Nut To Crack" the sequel to "Valley Of Lost Dreams". Dele lives in East London with his three children, a son and two daughters. A regular traveller, he counts among his hobbies Politics, Astrology and Music. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Journalists London.

Author: Dele Rufus Adeyemo

Hard Nut To Crack
Dele Rufus Adeyemo
Love is a game of chance, and Martin Adams is the Romeo cassanova who thinks he is God's gift to women he is the ladies man who both thrives and constantly revels in living on the edge. Nobody but nobody ever turns his proposals down, then he meets Beverley Finn Medical Doctor and playgirl extraordinary and his whole world goes haywire, tangled web ensues. Has Mister Adams finally met his match or has he found a kernel to tough to crush? Find out in this much-awaited sequel to the novel Valley of Lost Dreams also by the same author
Also By Dele Rufus Adeyemo
Valley Of Lost Dreams
The Money Machine
Visions At Dawn (African Poetry Anthology)

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