A Death in Sarajevo

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Canadian Human Rights lawyer Ausma Zehanat Khan, used her experience investigating war crimes to write a series of novels that had Canadian investigators investigating cases with ties to war crimes committed in foreign countries.[1]


  1. Carol Memmott (2015-01-18). "Ausma Zehanat Khan’s crime novel ‘The Unquiet Dead’ delves into sensitive terrain". Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/ausma-zehanat-khans-crime-novel-the-unquiet-dead-delves-into-sensitive-terrain/2015/01/18/d33035ec-8465-11e4-9534-f79a23c40e6c_story.html. Retrieved 2019-05-19. "Khan, who has a PhD in international human rights law and specializes in the history of war crimes in the Balkans, avoids the sensationalist and gratuitous traps into which a lesser writer could fall."