Khalil Nouri is a retired Boeing engineer who was born in Afghanistan with deep passion for
writing and storytelling in historical fiction genre. Nouri takes pride in his family lineage, his
great grandfather, the governor of Kandahar signed the exit treaty of the British troops in post second Anglo-Afghan war. Khalil moved to the U.S. at nineteen and now he lives with his wife and two sons in Seattle, Washington.
Nouri alluded: “I’m obliged that Romaunce Books has published my novel, “Rattling the Jewel
in the Crown” which was in the making for over ten years. As I’m experiencing a euphoric
moment for being a published author, but honestly the credit should go to my publishing and
editorial team for believing in my story as much as I did.”
Khalil's upcoming novel is “Milk for Two”. Its final scenes are currently being written.
His following historical fiction novels titled: “Kaiser’s Zealous Eyes on Kabul” and “An Afghan,
Officer of the Third Reich.”
Khalil also wrote about Afghanistan for The Huffington Post, Examiner.com, Oriental Review
Veteran’s Today, Eurasia Network. He has been a guest columnist for the Seattle Times, CNN,
McClatchy News, the Laguna Journal, Canada Free Press, Salem News and Opinion Maker.
He has written research papers for peaceful solution for Afghanistan.
He also appeared as an Afghanistan-Pakistan geopolitical analyst on Major TV Networks, Voice
of America (VOA) and Huffington Post.