Fate brings them back together in Sanaa, where the circumstances are dire. But Hasan protects the sheikh, and wants to put his brother-in-law in jail. Help comes from a teenaged prostitute. Forbidden Love in the Land of Sheba. Synopsis: 15 year old Hana has a crush on her 20 years old cousin Farook.
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However, he leaves to study medicine in Scotland. Her parents force her to marry another cousin, twice her age, a fat abusive chauvinistic brute. Ten years later, she has no children, and sinks into depression. Farook returns to Sanaa to set up an eye clinic next door. She attempts suicide with sleeping pills, but Farook rushes over with his Indian nurse, with a gastric pump and rescues her. During follow up visits, the embers of her teenage love are reignited, and she declares her love to Farook, who learns about Gihad's brutality.
She also confides stories about the involvement of her husband, and his brother Hamed, in arms sales, gang rapes and murder for organ harvesting from female medical students.
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Gillen, Geri Newell. Quite Perfectly Dead. Synopsis: Joe Cameron, a Montreal ex-cop turned Private Eye, is hired by a woman to investigate the death of her brother, which occurred within hours of playing in a poker tournament in Las Vegas. The local police have concluded that the death was a suicide, but the sister doesn't buy it. Cameron flies to Vegas to find out the truth.
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Catapulted into a world harmonious with nature, and dazzled by her new best friend, Yael reunites with her devoted boyfriend, and becomes fascinated by a local ranger. Then, she sees something shocking. With her newfound heaven now seething with blood and betrayal, she must keep a secret from the people she loves most to protect them and stand against the murderous forces that threaten Kruger.
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This novel-in-stories takes readers into the worlds of 19th century Yemen, pre-State Israel, modern Israel and modern Canada. You will hear the voices of a young boy marveling at Israel's first air force on his own roof, the cry of a newly married woman helpless to defend herself against her new husband's desires, the anger of the heroine's uncle as he reveals startling secrets about his marriage and the fall-out after generations of war.
Passport Control. Miriam Gil knows little about Israel. Hurt and angry when he tells her to move out to make room for his new girlfriend, she enrolls in an Israeli university. She falls in love with Guy, a former combat soldier who dreams of peace. In rapid order, the university boots her out, her one friend is killed in a brawl, and Miriam is accused of murder by Israeli police. King of the Class. Eve and Manny are engaged in post-civil war Israel. Eve studies at the Hebrew University for Jewish Renewal, an island of militant secularism in the religiously-run Shalem State, while Manny is an unemployed graduate student with a secret: he is falling in love with his religious roots and turning his back on modern moral relativism.
As their wedding date approaches, Manny deserts Eve, then devastates her a second time with the revelation that he has pre-empted their wedding with a marriage to a new lifestyle. In the midst of this betrayal, Eve collides with a pre-soul who has had his out-of-this-world eyes on her all along. The collision leaves Eve with a choice: reconcile with Manny or else condemn a soul to never living. Now, more than a decade later, the couple live with their three children off the Tel Aviv Coast on the manmade Yovel Islands. But Eve's uncanny encounter has left a mark and she now has her own secret, one that may save her only son's life, or else tear her family apart.
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As they begin to resolve their difficulties, a gossipy old man on a horse misrepresents the past, forcing all five to flee Ships and boats race to the Village, where Astreya must prove himself, face the worst and the best aspects of his inheritance and find his destiny and love. Buy the Book See the reviews Read an excerpt. Astreya, Book 2, The Men of the Sea. Who can he trust?
People offer him knowledge and skills, only to turn against him or to die before they can tell him all he needs to know. As a consequence of two of these deaths, Astreya navigates Cygnus to find Lindey before his murderous, scheming uncle Mufrid does. Every audiobook purchase at Scribl includes the ebook at no additional charge. We call these Audio Ebooks. In the mid 60s, Joe from the Bronx and Beth the orphan escape New York City for Canada, hoping to leave their past lives — and American politics —behind them.
At a peace march on their way north, their fortunes intertwine with the fate of Dick, a Royal Military College Officer Cadet. Unlike many of the fair-weather hippies of summer, they make it through the first winter with a little help from their hardier neighbours. Steve, a man damaged by the Vietnam War, shatters their peaceful existence in one night of rape and violence.