Iris Mwanza Goes Into 'The Lion's Den' With a Zealous, Timely Debut Novel for Pride
Briefly

Grace Zulu faces a challenging case defending a dancer accused of 'acts against the order of nature' in a conservative, corrupt Zambia, highlighting societal issues and political unrest.
The novel provides a mix of heavy topics and moments of levity, showcasing Grace's struggles and the odds stacked against her in an authoritarian environment.
Grace navigates religious and societal views through her mentor and challenges them in court, culminating in a dramatic storyline with far-reaching implications.
The author aimed to create a compelling read tackling significant societal issues, showcasing strong writing despite being a debut novel.
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