12 November 1970
Biswanath, Sylhet District, Sylhet Division East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
|Pen name||Salam Jones|
|Occupation||Writer, poet, radio presenter, carpenter|
Abdul Salam (Bengali: আব্দুল সালাম; born 12 January 1970), better known as Salam Jones (Bengali: সালাম জোন্স), is a Bangladeshi-born British writer and radio presenter. He is best known as the author of Days of Our Wives.
Salam was born in Biswanath, Sylhet District, Sylhet Division East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), grew up in London's East End from the age of five, attended St Paul's Way Secondary and spent seven years in the Netherlands during his 20s.
In July 2013, Salam's debut novel Days of Our Wives was published. The book explores the world of characters with issues to settle. It is set over 10 years and depicts the hopes, dreams and struggles faced by the protagonists, all centred around a murderous heroine.
On 29 August 2014, Salam got married.
|2013||Days of Our Wives||Beau Selector|
- British Bangladeshi
- List of British Bangladeshis
- Brooke, Mike (12 July 2013). "Carpenter Salam Jones turns workbench into writing desk for first novel". London: East London Advertiser. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
- "On Radio". Hope n Mic. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
- "Network Bangla Open Mic". Oitij-jo. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
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