This sequel to the author’s The Price of Honour is an equally absorbing and compelling read.
Papaji remains attached to traditional cultural values and cannot bring his ways of thinking into the twenty-first century. This failure to change may unleash even more catastrophic consequences than before.
His family is broken by the brutal killing of Saleena. Raazia, in particular, is tormented by her dilemma and desperately seeks justice for her sister’s murder.
Abdel, by contrast, waits to see what his father will do.
The family is fragmented and things reach breaking point.
What will the family do now? But more importantly, what will Raazia do?
This compelling and exhilarating story will appeal particularly to readers who love legal courtroom dramas.