Published by St. Martin's Press/Minotaur Books
THE LANGUAGE OF SECRETS
For months, INSET, Canada's federal intelligence agency, has been investigating a local terrorist cell in Toronto. But when one of INSET's own informants is killed at the cell's training camp, Detective Esa Khattak's unique police department is called to investigate the murder, and his partner, Rachel Getty, goes undercover into the unsuspecting mosque. As she begins forging relationships with members of the mosque and the cell operating clandestinely within it, Rachel uncovers a world where the political and ideological collide with the intensely personal in ways none of them could ever have foreseen.
"With it's thought-provoking, intelligent plot,
'The Language of Secrets', even surpasses Khan's
superb debut, 'The Unquiet Dead'."
"A novel of character and mores, and an exceptionally
~LIBRARY JOURNAL (STARRED)
"A smart, measured, immersive dive into a poorly
understood, terrifyingly relevant subculture of
"If you haven’t read Khan’s excellent debut,
The Unquiet Dead, the second in the series will place
this powerful new storyteller on your radar."