Shereen Malherbe is a British Palestinian writer based in both the UK and the United Arab Emirates.
After visiting her father’s home-land she was compelled to capture and preserve her family’s history, which ultimately led to her first novel Jasmine Falling. Her aim in writing Jasmine Falling was to convey the hope that the Palestinian people exude with characters that represented positive aspects of both sides in the ongoing conflict that surrounds them.
Shereen Malherbe is a freelance writer & speaker. Her work features in Middle East Eye, Muslimah Media Watch and various other organisations. She has also appeared as a guest panelist on British Muslim TV & the Islam Channel.
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When Jasmine’s mother dies inside their English mansion, hope comes in the form of her multi-million pound inheritance. But with her inheritance threatened, Jasmine is left to contemplate a future she does not know how to live.
Jasmine has only ten days to uncover the circumstances of her father’s decade long disappearance before her fortune is lost forever. Forced to return to his homeland in Palestine, she follows his footsteps through stories long ingrained in the local’s minds. She is helped on her journey by a mysterious stranger who guides her through the trails of the Holy Land, from the heart of Jerusalem to the scattered broken villages, each harbouring its own secrets.
Under the watchful eyes of the ever-encroaching Occupation, Jasmine must piece together her history in the broken land, before it destroys her future.
Contemporary women’s fiction, novel. Available through all major e-book stores including Apple iBooks & Amazon. Paperback available here and via Amazon worldwide:
File Size: 2821 KB
Print Length: 196 pages
Publisher: MB Publishing (November 28, 2015)
Publication Date: November 28, 2015
Sold by: Various e-book stores including Amazon Digital Services, Inc. and in paperback
ISBN: 151977074x, 978-1519770745, e-book 978-1310936777
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Shereen’s Twitter account: @malherbegirl
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