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Extraordinary Rendition takes off from where The Blasphemy Law left off.

While it is a standalone book, it is best read after The Blasphemy Law.

Extraordinary Rendition is set in Australia, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

Razane gets the shock of her life when her Melbourne home is raided by unknown assailants. She's hooded, handcuffed and bundled into a van.

Unaware her kidnapping is part of a terrorist plot to kill thousands of innocent people and destroy western freedoms, Sergei and Jane scramble to find her.

As the clock winds down to the most devastating terror attack in modern history, Sergei and Jane return to Pakistan.

They soon find they are up against forces far more powerful than them. With a fanatical ISI major and a battle-hardened Taliban commander determined to stop them, finding Razane will be the least of their problems.


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The Blasphemy Law is set in modern-day Pakistan, a South Asian country astride the geopolitical and ideological fault-line of Asia. With the world’s 13th most powerful military, the 6th largest nuclear arsenal, a population of 207 million, high illiteracy, grinding poverty, and burgeoning support for Islamic fundamentalism, it is a nuclear-charged powder keg waiting to explode. Terrorist groups vie for supremacy, trying to create conditions to topple the corrupt and fractured administration. Acclaimed Pakistani author Salman

An Australian engineer, Jane Kelly, has completed installing solar panels to electrify a remote village in Central Punjab. She unwittingly runs afoul of a powerful and ruthless feudal landowner. He uses an emerging terrorist group to frame her for blasphemy, an offence with a mandatory death penalty. Not satisfied with Jane’s incarceration and almost certain execution, her enemies plot to kill her family and her. Jane’s only hope lies with her two loves, Sergei and Razane, but Razane is fighting the demons from her troubled past as a Peshmerga fighter. With the feared Pakistani Intelligence breathing down their necks, they’re running out of time, options, and hope.

This unpredictable, fast-paced thriller and erotically charged love story will have you on the edge of your seat and reading late into the night.

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