Honour Killing: Stories of Men Who Killed
In Honour Killing, Ayse Onal conducts interviews with men convicted of killing their mothers, sisters, and daughters. The result is a fascinating, revealing, and ultimately tragic account of ruined lives—of both the victims and the murderers.
With an introduction by Joan Smith contextualizing honor killings both in Turkey and elsewhere in Europe and the Middle East.
Ayse Onal is an award-winning journalist who has reported on Turkish politics, organized crime, and conflicts in the Middle East for over two decades. For ten years, she was blacklisted by the Turkish state and could not write or work for the Turkish media until the political embargo was lifted in 2005.
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Review: Honour Killing: Stories of Men Who KilledUser Review - Rob Tripp - Goodreads
A compelling digest of honour crime cases, told with spartan prose and based on remarkable access to perpetrators. Fine journalism. Read full review
Review: Honour Killing: Stories of Men Who KilledUser Review - Daniela - Goodreads
Incredibly insightful. Very painful to read. Read full review