Into the breach with Ausma Khan’s A DEADLY DIVIDE

With less than a month to go, we’re speeding through our giveaways. Leaving behind Rachel Howzell Hall’s tropical island in THEY ALL FALL DOWN, we now go to Quebec and the site of a terrible tragedy in Ausma Khan’s A DEADLY DIVIDE

Detectives Esa Khattak and Rachel Gettyries liaise with the Muslim community grieving after a mass shooting at a Quebec mosque.  Despite an arrest, the detectives suspect there’s more to the story, but panic and suspicion fueled by a right-wing radio host get into the way of a solution.
Khan took her Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law to become an adjunct law professor. She eventually moved from the legal field into journalism, serving as editor-in-chief of Muslim Girl magazine, the first magazine targeted to young Muslim women. The British-born Canadian joins Rachel Howzell Hall, Faye Snowden, Isabella Maldonado and moderator Jessica Kaye in the panel Police Procedurals 2021: Social Justice and the Pandemic.

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