Kate Whitehead grew up in Africa and then Hong Kong. She holds a BA (Warwick) and MA in Literature (Sussex) and is the author of two Hong Kong crime books, After Suzie and Hong Kong Murders. She was on staff at the South China Morning Post and then editor of Cathay Pacific’s inflight magazine Discovery. She now contributes as a freelance journalist to local and international media outlets and also works as a psychotherapist with a special interest in trauma. She is fascinated in the question of time.
Kate Whitehead在非洲和香港長大，先後在華威大學和薩爾克斯大學取得文學士和文碩士學位。她著有兩本香港犯罪小說，《After Suzie》和《Hong Kong Murders》。Kate曾於《南華早報》任職，之後在國泰航空的機上雜誌《Discovery》擔任編輯。現時，她是一名本地和國際媒體新聞的自由記者，同時是一名主攻精神創傷的精神治療師。她對時間問題尤感興趣。