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  • Journey Into Cyprusby Colin Thubron

    Random House 2012; US$ 12.73

    The people, their history and the beauty of an island on the brink of tragedy. This is the account of a unique journey - a six-hundred-mile trek on foot around Cyprus in the last year of the island's peace. Colin Thubron intertwines myth, history and personal anecdote in a quest from which the characters and places, architecture and landscape... more...

  • Between Extremesby Brian Keenan; John McCarthy

    Transworld 2011; US$ 12.73

    In 1986 Brian Keenan and John McCarthy were forced to take a journey without maps. For the next four years they were incarcerated in a Lebanese dungeon. From the blank outlook of a tiny cell, with only each other and a few volumes of an ancient American encyclopaedia to sustain them, they could only wander the wide open spaces of their imagination.... more...

  • Foreign Facesby V.S. Pritchett

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 7.99

    'I am,' writes Mr. Pritchett, 'an offensive traveller'-meaning not that he is rude to porters, but that his praise of a country has sometimes been taken by its inhabitants as abuse or ridicule. Be that as it may, his book, which is based upon sojourns in Spain, Turkey, Persia, and the Iron Curtain countries, will delight every English reader. Pritchett's... more...

  • CultureShock! Saudi Arabiaby Peter North; Harvey Tripp

    Marshall Cavendish 2012; US$ 12.75

    CultureShock! Saudi Arabia provides an insight into living and working in a kingdom where Islam governs almost every aspect of life. Uncover the true psyche of the Saudi people—the men clad in their thobes and gutra and women in their abayas—and their unique way of life, a lifestyle which foreigners may find alien and a challenge to cope... more...

  • Down the Nileby Rosemary Mahoney

    Little, Brown and Company 2007; US$ 3.99

    Rosemary Mahoney was determined to take a solo trip down the Egyptian Nile in a small boat, even though civil unrest and vexing local traditions conspired to create obstacles every step of the way. Starting off in the south, she gained the unlikely sympathy and respect of a Muslim sailor, who provided her with both a seven-foot skiff and a window into... more...

  • Babylon by Busby Ray LeMoine; Jeff Neumann; Donovan Webster

    Penguin Group US 2007; US$ 15.00

    This all-access, inside-out view of what the American occupation of Iraq really looks like on the ground is the story of two young Americans who went to Baghdad without any real plan and discovered they weren?t the only ones. Underqualified but ingenious, Ray and Jeff found work with the Coalition Provisional Authority providing humanitarian aid to... more...

  • Allah's Torchby Tracy Dahlby

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    On the front?lines with the building of Al Queda forces in Indonesia both before and after 9/11, written in provocative style by the former Asia bureau chief for Newsweek International. In Allah's Torch, National Geographic's Tracy Dahlby takes readers into the sprawling, porous, virtually lawless domain of Indonesia, where overlapping lines of... more...

  • Honeymoon in Tehranby Azadeh Moaveni

    Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 16.00

    BONUS: This edition contains a Honeymoon in Tehran discussion guide. Azadeh Moaveni, longtime Middle East correspondent for Time magazine, returns to Iran to cover the rise of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Living and working in Tehran, she finds a nation that openly yearns for freedom and contact with the West but whose economic grievances and... more...

  • Six Months in Sudanby James Dr Maskalyk

    Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 25.00

    An inspiring story of one doctor?s struggle in a war-torn village in the heart of Sudan In 2007, James Maskalyk, newly recruited by Doctors Without Borders, set out for the contested border town of Abyei, Sudan. An emergency physician drawn to the ravaged parts of the world, Maskalyk spent six months treating malnourished children, coping with a measles... more...

  • The Woman Who Fell from the Skyby Jennifer Steil

    Crown Publishing Group 2010; US$ 15.00

    † † "I had no idea how to find my way around this medieval city. It was getting dark. I was tired. I didn?t speak Arabic. I was a little frightened. But hadn?t I battled scorpions in the wilds of Costa Rica and prevailed? Hadn?t I survived fainting in a San Josť brothel?† Hadn?t I once arrived in Ireland with only $10 in my pocket and made it... more...