The book I’ve most enjoyed writing

Truth is not always true is available as an e-book and in print on 30 November.

 

Jen is a young doctor working for MEDICINS SANS FRONTIERES (MSF) in Yemen. She’s married to Joe, an investigative journalist writing about humanitarian issues. They’re their own best friends, and undeniably in love. When Jen is killed in a bombing raid on the hospital, Joe is devastated. But, surprising his friends, and claiming relief from his heartbreak, he marries Mia – an opposite in every way to Jen – within months of Jen’s death.

 

But Jen wasn’t killed. Although believed to be at the hospital when it was bombed, she was out visiting a patient. Captured by terrorists, raped by them, and made to treat their wounded for six months, she manages to escape and find her way back to London. When she finds not only is her husband married to Mia, but rumoured to have been sleeping with her before she was supposed to have been killed, she’s left desolate and destroyed, and struggles to find sanity and a new life.

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