Arts & Culture

Debut novel written to display ‘the different types’ of British-Asian women

A former career coach who moved to London from Pakistan when she was nine has switched professions and written her debut novel after her 50th birthday.

The book, ‘Would I lie to you?’, displays the sort of British-Asian women writer Aliya Ali-Afzal knows but aren’t necessarily seen in mainstream fiction.

Well to find out more about the book which is out now, Henry has been speaking to Aliya.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 13th July 2021

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