The spellbinding new novel from New York Times Notable Author and Caine Prize winner Leila Aboulela about an embattled young woman’s coming of age during the Mahdist War in 19th century Sudan
An enchanting, deeply felt portrait of three women searching for freedom, from the three-times Orange Prize longlisted, Scottish Book Award and Caine Prize winner Leila Aboulela.
Intimate stories of longing and exile by one of our finest contemporary writers.
The Kindness of Enemies
From present day Scotland to the court of the Tsar, The Kindness of Enemies follows the sword and legacy of a legendary warrior.
Lyrics Alley is the story of an affluent, influential Sudanese family shaken by the shifting powers in their country and the near tragedy that threatens the legacy they’ve built for decades.
Minaret is a provocative, timely, and engaging novel about a young Muslim woman—once privileged and secular in her native land and now impoverished in London—gradually embracing her traditional faith.
Coloured Lights is the first collection of short stories from award-winning writer Leila Aboulela. One of the stories, ‘The Museum’, won the first Caine Prize for African Writing in 2000.
Leila Aboulela’s assured debut is about a widowed Muslim mother living in Aberdeen who falls in love with a Scottish secular academic.