The past always catches up with you . . . but with what consequences?

Susan Green is an Iraqi British architect and the only witness to a fatal accident on a building site in West London. A suspicious police detective discovers a book written by Susan, revealing huge secrets about her life and narrating a story of love, taboos, desire and murder.

Mohammed and Susan is set in 1960s and 1970s Baghdad, the novel gives readers a rare insight into characters, emotions, and places never visited before, leaving the reader haunted by this strong and courageous story. Well worth a read.


Mohammed and Susan is available from Waterstones and all good bookshops or online at Amazon.

Diversity Books Ltd  |   £8.99  |  ISBN: 978-1-9164187-0-7

Mohammed and Susan: a gripping new book from Samantha Kane is a powerful and often emotional story of love, taboos, desire and murder.



Samantha Kane

A British barrister, filmmaker and novelist.

She views her own life experience as a valuable source, in pursuit of her art. Samantha describes herself simply as a storyteller, whether she is in a court of law, behind the camera lens or putting pen to paper. Her highly entertaining visual style gives her readers a sense of escapism that is so evident in her debut novel, Mohammed and Susan.

She lives in Central London with her three cats. 

A Two-Tiered Existence

The life story of Sam Hashimi, who hit British headlines in 1990 with his take-over bid for Sheffield United football club, and the successful transformation of Sam into Samantha. Spanning two broken marriages, the traumatic loss of children, hospitalisation and imprisonment, it is the story of a search for identity that would finally come into conflict with the conventional life of husband, father and businessman

ISBN-10: 0953360407
ISBN-13: 978-0953360406