“The Unquiet Dead”


“The Unquiet Dead” – A spectacular debut of Ausma Zehanat Khan, Member of the Internacionaln Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada

“The Unquiet Dead” explores the suspicious death of a war criminal with ties to the Srebrenica Genocide in 1995. Srebrenica Genocide is judicial fact recognized first by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia {ICTY} and subsequently by the International Court of Justice {ICJ}. Think of the Srebrenica genocide means and look for the answer to the question of whether genocide legal means to achieve political and cultural objectives?

AUSMA ZEHANAT KHAN holds a Ph.D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in military intervention for human protection purposes, and war crimes in the Balkans. She is a former adjunct law professor at Northwestern University and York University, and was formerly Editor-in-Chief of Muslim Girl magazine, the first magazine targeted to young Muslim women in North America. A British-born Canadian, Khan now lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband. The Unquiet Dead is her first novel.

‘Unquiet Dead’ Is Outstanding Debut by Ausma Zehanat Khan


Ausma Zehanat Khan’s ‘Unquiet Dead’ rises above mystery setting


‘Unquiet Dead’ is outstanding debut by Ausma Zehanat Khan


Debut novel ‘The Unquiet Dead’ has intelligent plot and graceful writing


Message of Ausma Zehanat Khan to IGC

Dear Professor Ramic: Thank you so much for this tremendous honour, I am deeply touched because more than anything, I want my book ‘The Unquiet Dead’ to represent the experiences of the Bosnian people during the war. I so very much want their voices to heard, and I will look forward to knowing your thoughts about the book.