Best-Seller Withdrawn over Authenticity Questions

Norma Khouri, author of the international best-seller Honor Lost, is being accused of fabricating the story of a Jordanian who kills his daughter to defend the family's honor. The work has been pulled from bookshelves. NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Malcolm Knox of the Sydney Morning Herald, who broke the story.

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