Stained by Abda Khan

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Selina, a beautiful, British-born Pakistani young woman recently lost her father, and finds herself struggling to cope with life, in particular with some aspects of her studies. Matters go from bad to worse, when a trusted family friend from the mosque offers to tutor her, and rapes her instead. With the threat of dishonour to her family at her back, Selina goes to extreme lengths to avoid scandal, and prevent shame being brought to her widowed mother’s door. It will take all the strength and courage Selina can muster when her life travels down a dangerous path, from which there may be no return…

About Abda Khan

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Abda Khan is the seventh of eight children born to Pakistani immigrant parents. Abda was the first child in her family to go on to higher education. She is a lawyer with her own practice. Stained is her debut novel.
Published October 3, 2016 by Harvard Square Editions. 200 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction