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Title:
Among the Ruins
Series:
Rachel Getty and Esa Khattak #3
Written by:
Ausma Zehanat Khan 
Read by:
Peter Ganim 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
11 
Duration:
12 hours 22 minutes 
Published:
December 28 2018 
Available Date:
December 28 2018 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489469670 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Ausma Zehanat Khan's provocative third mystery featuring Esa Khattak is a powerful novel exploring the interplay between politics and religion, and the intensely personal ripple effects of one woman's murder.

On leave from Canada's Community Policing department, Esa Khattak is travelling in Iran, reconnecting with his cultural heritage and seeking peace in the country's beautiful mosques and gardens. But Khattak's supposed break from work is cut short when he's approached by a Canadian government agent in Iran, asking him to look into the death of renowned Canadian-Iranian filmmaker Zahra Sobhani. Zahra was murdered at Iran's notorious Evin prison, where she'd been seeking the release of a well-known political prisoner. Khattak quickly finds himself embroiled in Iran's tumultuous politics and under surveillance by the regime, but when the trail leads back to Zahra's family in Canada, Khattak calls on his partner, Detective Rachel Getty, for help. Rachel uncovers a conspiracy linked to the Shah of Iran and the decades-old murders of a group of Iran's most famous dissidents. As Khattak gets caught up in the fate of Iran's political prisoners, Rachel sees through to the heart of the matter: Zahra's murder may not have been a political crime at all.

'Khan intertwines a tale of love and fear with the rich history of a troubled land.'
Publishers Weekly

'A lyrically written look into a country many think of as war-torn and bleak reveals many sides to the place and its people.'
Kirkus Reviews