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A Killing Sin by K.H. Irvine #booktour #lovebookstour

Synopsis

Would you surrender your secrets to save a life?

London. It could be tomorrow. Amala Hackeem, lapsed Muslim tech entrepreneur and controversial comedian, dons a burqa and heads to the women’s group at the Tower Hamlets sharia community. What is she doing there?

Ella Russell, a struggling journalist leaves home in pursuit of the story of her life. Desperate for the truth, she is about to learn the true cost of the war on terror.

Millie Stephenson, a university professor and expert in radicalisation arrives at Downing Street to brief the Prime Minister and home secretary. Nervous and excited she finds herself at the centre of a nation taken hostage. And then it gets personal.

Friends since university, by the end of the day the lives of all three women are changed forever. They will discover if friendship truly can survive secrets and fear.

This was an interesting read. Set in the not to distant future we follow 3 friends over the course of what will be known as a tragedy of a day in the British history books. This was such a page turner for me. I wanted to know exactly what was happening and how it was going to finish! This book starts with someone talking about their own burnt flesh and how they’re going to die. You don’t know who or why but you want to.

The author made a brave choice writing about terrorism in this way in the climate we live in but it was well researched and she even gives a list of works that she researched from at the back of the book.

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About The Author

K.H. Irvine grew up in Scotland and now lives near London. The book was her 50th birthday gift to herself, believing you are never too old to try something new. Her work has taken her to board rooms, universities and governments all over the world and has included up close and personal access to special forces. A Killing Sin is her first book. The second follows on a few years later as Britain moves to civil unrest with the rise of the far right as the personal and political become intertwined.

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