Imagine that after fighting insurgents and terrorists alongside American troops in Afghanistan, you were evacuated to the US, a country whose culture and customs were totally different than yours. You have eighteen months to assimilate and acquire a
job. If you fail to do so, you’ll be sent back to Afghanistan and certain death.
That’s the dilemma facing Nasrin Khalil, an Afghani refugee, in the new Santana mystery, No Way To Die, coming in September. Nasrin
fictionally served in the very real Afghan National Army’s Female Tactical Platoon, a squad of all women that accompanied US Special Operations troops on missions seeking out high-level Taliban, Al Qaeda, and ISIS targets.
Here’s the very first look at the
book cover and synopsis that will be up on my website soon.