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Stephanie Butland’s latest novel ‘The Woman in the Photograph’ is an empowering, feminist and moving story that will change the way you see the world. It gave Stephanie a new respect for women who changed the world, and has made her determined to be a better feminist herself.
Yasmin Rahman is a British Muslim born and raised in Hertfordshire. Her debut novel ‘All the Things we Never Said’ is a moving an impactful story which explores the life-saving power of friendship. It is told in three points of view and is about three very different teenagers with depression who sign up to a website to make a suicide pact. They are partnered up together and their newfound friendship could save their lives…
Caro Ramsey tackles topics ranging from violent child abuse and sexual assault to child trafficking. Her novels are informed by her diploma in Forensic Medial Science, and from her involvement in healthcare as an osteopath. Her latest novel ‘The Suffering of Strangers’ is the ninth book in her critically acclaimed DI Anderson and DS Costello series.