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Ayesha Dean- The Istanbul Intrigue Paperback – March 31, 2016
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"My daughter totally loved Ayesha Dean and her super cool adventure through Istanbul. Fantastic way to inspire creative, courageous young Muslims!" - Peter Gould, Designer and Innovator.
"Sometimes it was shocking, sometimes it was sad, sometimes it was funny, and the whole time it was really enjoyable." - Hatsy, Nearly a Princess Blog.
"Anyone who is still a child at heart can enjoy it..." - Papatia Feauxzar, Author, Djarabi Kitabs Publishing.
About the Author
Melati Lum is a lawyer and former prosecutor of serious crimes, an Australian/Malay/Chinese Muslim mum, and a recent writer of fiction for pre-teens. She has previously worked for the United Nations in the prosecution of war crimes and is very familiar with working with detectives. She loves travelling and learning about different people and cultures. Melati currently lives in Adelaide, Australia with her family, and has started writing the next Ayesha Dean adventure.
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This is a very clean story. Even though the main characters are eighteen, the book is appropriate for much younger ages. There are no adult themes other than a bit of peril at the end. It’s really nice to see the world through the eyes of a main character from a different culture and religion. We need more books like this!