In a House in Yemen

In one day, Australian publishing icon Annie Delaney loses both her daughter and husband in separate incidents in Sana'a, Yemen.
She becomes a pawn in a confusing game of international politics but soon proves she is a force to be reckoned with. More

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Words: 53,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9780992290733
About Brenda Cheers

Brenda Cheers is known for doing everything in life very quickly so it came as no surprise to the people closest to her that once she decided on a career as a novelist, it all happened with blinding speed.
A course in Creative Writing was quickly followed by a more advanced one. She began drafting her first novel and then completed three full manuscripts in the next two years.
Her great love is Literary Fiction and this is what she aims to write. Fast-paced suspense novels are what fly from her fingertips, however and these tend to feature strong-willed female protagonists as in ‘In a House in Yemen’ and ‘In Times of Trouble’.
In her third novel, ‘In Conversations with Strangers’ there is a different mood. It has a slower pace and the character is troubled and flawed. Brenda felt it was harder to write but more rewarding.
“In Strange Worlds” was published in January 2014. This is a suspense novel which contains surprises and twists. Brenda completed four full drafts before being satisfied with the result, but she found the work enjoyable because the story held her interest.
Her heroes in the literary world are James Salter, Pat Conroy and Michael Ondaatje for their finally crafted prose, and fellow Brisbane writers Nick Earls and Ashley Hay.
Brenda enjoys watching indie, arthouse and foreign films and is a student of martial arts. She lives in Brisbane with her partner and two daughters.

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