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The Missing Activist The Missing Activist by Louise Burfitt-Dons
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“Zinah had not lost her touch, had she? She had a way with these girls. Amirah now ached to become more devout. Another win.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“It gave their families at home great comfort to see them chatting, looking radiant, doing well. ‘We are fine, mothers. Look how happy we are, now we free from our bad bosses.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“The skin on her upper arms prickled like it’d done so many times back in Jeddah, a sign to be careful.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“In other words, if someone had a known history of being stalked or bullied, their so-called self-imposed death could provide a killer with the perfect cover for committing a crime.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“Karen Andersen was a private investigator with a healthy dose of imagination. So when her phone went off while carrying out a pretend parry riposte, in her mind she was Diana Rigg from the Avengers.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“At this, a Somalian stepped up to the platform. Horrific acid scars had left her skin looking like parchment. She began before the applause had faded, drowning out her words.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“If she had asked Karen for advice, which she didn’t, she may well have told her, ‘You don’t help yourself. You are too public.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist
“But radical feminist or not, Alesha Parkhurst loved British freedoms as much as Karen Andersen.”
Louise Burfitt-Dons, The Missing Activist