Can you believe #CCWC21 is only days away? So much is happening around the world, and we’re grateful that you’ll spending some of that time with us.
One of those people is Michelle White of California, and her registration gets her a winning slot in our giveaway. She’ll be receiving A DEADLY DIVIDE by Ausma Khan, who will be appearing in the panel Police Procedurals 2021: Social Justice and the Pandemic with Faye Snowden, Rachel Howzell Hall, Isabella Maldonado and moderator Jessica Kaye.
See you all June 12!
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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 panelPolice Procedurals 2021: Social Justice and the Pandemic.