Shifting Colours (UK edition) / Another Woman’s Daughter (US edition)
A story of secrets, love and loss. Set against the violent backdrop of apartheid South Africa and then the calm of late twentieth century Britain, the novel traces the lives of Celia and Miriam – a mother and daughter separated by land, sea and heart-rending circumstance.
- AMAZON RISING STARS 2014 PICK
- IN SAINSBURY’S BEST DEBUT NOVEL COLLECTION FOR 2014
“A highly emotional, instantly readable, unusually intelligent and satisfying novel about the days of apartheid in South Africa.“. Fay Weldon
- Anne Cater’s review at: Random Things Through My Letterbox
- Book of the Month, Feb 2015 Lovereading.co.uk. Review at: Lovereading
- Ani Johnson’s review at: The Book Bag UK
- Graham Beattie’s review at: Beattie’s Book Blog
- Sarah Frobisher’s review at: RT Book Reviews
- Diane Lunsford review at: Feathered Quill Reviews
- Review at: Bookfoolery
- Book of the Day at Washington DC Libraries: “Another Woman’s Daughter by Fiona Sussman is today’s beautiful, moving #BookoftheDay.” DC Public Library@dcpl
Shifting Colours was published in 2014 by Allison & Busby (London). The US version, Another Woman’s Daughter, was published in 2015 by Berkley – Penguin Books (New York).