PUBLISHERS WEEKLY - STARRED REVIEW Contemporary political events drive Khan’s excellent fourth novel featuring Insp. Esa Khattak and Sgt. Rachel Getty ... Khan demonstrates a superior ability to inject moving portrayals of the individual faces of an ongoing humanitarian crisis into a suspenseful story line.
TOP PICK - RT BOOK REVIEWS The fourth in Khan’s Rachel Getty and Esa Khattak series is an exciting read that will intrigue readers. She skillfully weaves together a well-crafted, intricate plot that is interesting and will keep readers hooked. With gripping situations, vivid characters and intense conflicts, Khan creates a thrilling mystery. Esa is a captivating, shrewd hero whom readers will be drawn to because of his instinctive, charismatic nature. Khan’s latest is a thought-provoking mystery that readers will not be able to put down.
LIBRARY JOURNAL 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. - Library Journal
LITHUB "Khan’s community policing series has walked a careful tightrope between entertainment and social responsibility, each volume addressing a societal ill with a high-octane investigation. Her fourth in the series is no exception. Set on a Greek isle and with a plot involving the Syrian refugee crisis (perhaps I should call it the European closed borders crisis), Khan’s latest leads us on a suspenseful hunt for a missing woman and through a perilous and uncertain landscape." LitHub