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Siddiqa was only just into her teens when she was forced to leave her home to live with her new husband and his family in another village. The years have passed, and now Siddiqa has three children of her own. Her grown up son has brought his new wife, Naira, to live with them, so Siddiqa is no longer the lowliest in the household, for she has a daughter-in-law.
Life in rural India is particularly harsh for women. This novel explores themes of female oppression and tradition and asks whether the next generation will find life any easier.
Mick Canning has been around for a good few years, now, and thinks that all of that experience should be put to some good use in his stories.
He writes mainly fiction, in several genres, frequently finding that his love of history and exotic locations forces their way into these tales whether he wants them to or not.
He spent several years living, working and travelling in a number of countries, and his memories and impressions of these also come out in occasional paintings, as well as in his writing.
He is married to a wonderful woman, and has several wonderful children and grandchildren.