A Rwandan woman who survived her country's genocide in 1994, sought asylum in England and became a graduate of Oxford University is now the main inspiration behind a new novel.
Liliane Umubyeyi, 35, who lives in Kidlington, Oxfordshire, witnessed her entire family murdered by members of the Hutu community during the war between April and July, in which an estimated one million people were killed.
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