Americans searching for an explanation for the attempted bombing of New York's Times Square this month should pick up H.M. Naqvi's "Home Boy," a critically acclaimed novel which tell how the events that followed 9/11 made Pakistani New Yorkers feel alienated and angry.
Americans searching for an explanation for the attempted bombing of New York's Times Square this month should pick up H.M. Naqvi's "Home Boy," a critically acclaimed novel which tell how the events that followed 9/11 made Pakistani New Yorkers feel alienated and angry. Tapu Javeri/MCT
Americans searching for an explanation for the attempted bombing of New York's Times Square this month should pick up H.M. Naqvi's "Home Boy," a critically acclaimed novel which tell how the events that followed 9/11 made Pakistani New Yorkers feel alienated and angry. Tapu Javeri/MCT

Times Square bomber: Pakistani novels shed light on why

May 21, 2010 2:54 PM

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