This is a story looking at the life of an immigrant woman, dealing with everyday life in a strange country. Learning how she deals with adapting to more Westernised ways, comparing it to her life amongst her own people. Having escaped an honour killing she settles in England but is haunted by the child she left behind. Interweaved with the stories of other women she encounters and told over three timelines, it is a heartwarming yet sad story, which highlights the frustrations, the loneliness and fear of finding yourself in a country and culture you know nothing about. Expertly crafted and easily accessible. 'My name is Salma' by Fadia Faqir.