When Sahar Abdulaziz isn’t busy plotting a stabbing, a garroting, or a murder ––all on paper, of course––she’s busy writing about her crew of highly-entertaining, quirky, unpredictable book characters. Some have been lovely, big-hearted, gentle souls, merely temporarily lost and in search of answers. Others, however, have been more on the eccentric side. Highly unconventional and used to writing their own rules, stubbornly determined to live their best life to the fullest. A few…okay, more than a few, have been devious, duplicitous, and dastardly dangerous. Undeniably not the kind of folks one would want to cross paths with.
Sahar is the author of nine novels––including Expendable, Tight Rope, Unlikely Friends, and her latest release, The Gatekeeper’s Notebook. Most of her work is realistic fiction: psychological thrillers/suspense, and satire. As in real life, many of her characters find themselves facing complicated life challenges. However, despite whatever life-trajectory her invisible idiosyncratic friends take, Sahar is determined to tell their stories and eager to share their compelling accounts––no matter how hilarious, convoluted, or torturous their journeys become.