Memory is an albino woman languishing in prison in Zimbabwe. She’s been convicted of murdering her adopted father, Lloyd Hendricks. Her lawyer insists Memory write down what happened as she remembers it. But who was Lloyd Hendricks? And can Memory’s account be trusted? ABC RN’s Kate Evans talks to Zimbabwean writer Petina Gappah about her compelling novel The Book of Memory, a story that traverses a Zimbabwean prison, dirt-poor townships and well-heeled suburbs in a gripping tale of love, obsession and the treachery of recollection.