No Place of Refuge (Paperback)
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Paperback 352 Pages / Published: 21/08/2019
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Amid a global crisis, one woman searches for justice...

The Syrian refugee crisis becomes personal for Inspector Esa Khattak and Sergeant Rachel Getty.

NGO worker Audrey Clare, sister of Khattak's childhood friend, is missing. In her wake, a French Interpol Agent and a young Syrian man are found dead at the Greek refugee camp where she worked. Khattak and Getty travel to Greece to trace Audrey's last movements in a desperate attempt to find her. In doing so, they learn that her work in Greece had strayed well beyond the remit of her NGO...

Had Audrey been on the edge of exposing a dangerous secret at the heart of the refugee crisis - one that ultimately put a target on her own back?

No Place of Refuge is a highly topical, moving mystery in which Khan sensitively exposes the very worst and best of humanity. Fans of the series will love this latest instalment.

Publisher: Oldcastle Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780857301994
Number of pages: 352
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm


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Harrowing, illuminating and powerful, No Place Of Refuge gives a voice to those denied it and is truly a book for our times * Hair Past A Freckle Blog *
A novel that didn't flinch from the facts, that told a story with intelligence, thought and emotion * MyBookishBlogSpot *
Driven by mystery, but it's also poignant and complex. As her team bounces from country to country, digging into documents and confronting power, Khan does not shy from intricate global politics. A Dangerous Crossing is another gripping Esa Khattak and Rachel Getty mystery brewed from the depths of mankind's capacity for brutal inhumanity to others -- Mark Stevens * Don't Need A Diagram *
An empathetic portrait of Europe's migrant crisis, which also looks at the Canadian perspective on this issue as well -- Sheena Kamal * CrimeReads *
The rare writer who can blend both a serious social justice agenda with a top-notch plot... relevant, heartbreaking and a page-turning mystery. Grade: A -- Laura DeMarco * The Plain Dealer *

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Rachel Bridgeman

“Literary crime fiction doesn't come much better than this!”

This is a issue laden book which is, however, not issue laden. The characters and the plot serve a greater purpose in highlighting the plight of Syrian refugees, who are not just fleeing persection, threat of death... More

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“A story of the refugee crisis”

This story is one of the refugee crisis and takes in a few countries, yet it’s interesting to see the role of the Netherlands here. It’s not Amsterdam as you might think. The author has worked in the field of... More

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