Having given away £10,000 in literary prize money to human rights organisation Liberty, Cardiff author Nikita Lalwani is clearly a woman with a conscience. The Village, her second novel, is a book of ethical enquiry that unpicks the liberal anxieties of its protagonist, Ray, a twenty-seven-year-old woman ‘of North Indian origin’, living in the UK […]
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