Khan, Ausma Zehanat

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Among the Ruins

Deeply political without becoming pedantic, Khan's crime novel offers a fictionalized yet very real look at a region that is steeped in both beauty and misery. [See Prepub Alert, 8/15/16.]
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A Dangerous Crossing

Khan's doctorate and research in international human relations law give credence to her portrayal of a timely situation. The search for Audrey also is a search for meaning and justice in a world of hatred, betrayal, and despair where the characters are nearly as complex as the global relations. This is a series well worth investigating.
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The Language of Secrets

Fans of cerebral detecting and vicarious danger will be absorbed. ["A heartfelt novel for lovers of crime fiction and anyone interested in the complexities of living as a Muslim in the West today": LJ 12/15 starred review of the Minotaur: St. Martin's hc.]
PREMIUM

The Language of Secrets

A heartfelt novel for lovers of crime fiction and anyone interested in the complexities of living as a Muslim in the West today. [See Prepub Alert, 8/10/15.]
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The Unquiet Dead

Flashbacks to the Bosnian War and glimpses into the personal tragedies of Khattak and Getty make this debut by a former law professor with a specialty in Balkan war crimes even more compelling and hauntingly powerful. Readers of international crime fiction will be most drawn to the story, but anyone looking for an intensely memorable mystery should put this book at the top of their list.

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