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Set on the arid plains of South Africa, The Housemaid’s Daughter traces the story of two remarkable women who forge an unlikely friendship across the divide of culture, generation, and colour.

Will Ada be able to protect her mixed race child in the violent township where she settles?
Will Cathleen find her and persuade her to return? Will the two survive until South Africa heals itself?

 

An epic journey.     An uncertain love.     An enduring friendship.

Text Box: The Housemaid’s Daughter 
is available in the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa in paperback, e-book & audio editions published by Headline. 
Translations published so far are: 

 “De Kleur van haar Hart” (Dutch)
Une Chanson Pour Ada (French)
La bambina dagle occhi di cielo (Italian)
La Hija De la Criada (Spanish)
Dóttir húshjálparinnar (Icelandic) 

Foreign translations for Germany, Poland, China, Croatia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary and Portugal will follow.

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Read Barbara’s Opinion: Mandela taught the power of forgiveness
published by US Today on 8 Dec 2013