Books by Mohammed Hanif

OUR LADY OF ALICE BHATTI by Mohammed Hanif
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 31, 2012

"Laced with humor, often ribald and iconoclastic, this is an insightful tale of pain and love, a story of a quest for humanity and grace in a desperate, chaotic society."
In Hanif's (A Case of Exploding Mangoes, 2008) second literary effort, Alice Bhatti lives in a land where "most of life's arguments…got settled by doing various things to a woman's body." Read full book review >
A CASE OF EXPLODING MANGOES by Mohammed Hanif
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 22, 2008

"A sure-footed, inventive debut that deftly undercuts its moral rage with comedy and deepens its comedy with moral rage."
Journalist Hanif's first novel is a darkly witty imagining of the circumstances surrounding the mysterious plane crash that killed Pakistan's military ruler, General Zia, in August 1988. Read full book review >