Typhoon

Typhoon

by Qaisra Shahraz

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Typhoon by Qaisra Shahraz

A tragic tale of three young women, each one demonized by her past, this book is a riveting saga of love, duty, and deceit in Muslim family life. Set in the village of Chigapur, an innocent wife named Gulshan must watch helplessly as her husband is snatched away when he is caught cheating on her. As her world falls apart, the secrets of this city trapped in time, space, and guilt are revealed, along with the 20-year-old courtroom drama that started it all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781901969139
Publisher: Arcadia Books
Publication date: 03/27/2003
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.80(h) x (d)

About the Author

Qaisra Shahraz was born in Pakistan and grew up in England. She read English and Classical Civilizations at the University of Manchester. Later, she gained two Masters Degrees in European Literature and Scriptwriting from Salford University. Qaisra is an award winning short fiction writer and has written extensively for magazines and newspapers as well as a number of television scripts and drama serials. Her acclaimed fourteen-episode drama serial 'Dil Hee to Hai' has been produced in Pakistan and shown around the world. In her other career, she is a lecturer, trainer, and College Inspector for OfSTED and the Adult Learning Inspectorate. Qaisra lives in Manchester with her family. Typhoon is her second novel, and a sequel to The Holy Woman. She is currently working on her third book.

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