Dust by Justine Hardy comes out tomorrow, October 26th, and is described as a feminist mystery/thriller and it sounds so interesting.
Kate is a woman who chooses to work in Pakistan. She creates a second family for herself, far from the cherished warmth of her parents in rural Suffolk, their surrounding soft landscape in stark contrast to the raw land and humanscape of a remote corner of the northwest Himalayas. Kate then disappears and the worlds of genteel English countryside and harsh Gilgit collide in the search for a lost aid worker.
Dust is an elegantly crafted literary thriller that packs a deeper message to stimulate conversations around aid work and mental health.
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