No Place Strange

No Place Strange

Book - 2009
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Lydia is a young Jewish Canadian woman trying to make sense of her father's involvement with Palestinian terrorist Rafa Ahmed. Lydia meets and falls in love with Farid, a young Lebanese man whose cousin, Mouna, is a political radical dangerously obsessed with Rafa. Finally, Mariam, Rafa's former professor and Mouna's aunt, tries to maintain a normal life in Beirut's devastating civil war. These four lives intersect in ways that promise to change them forever. Diana Fitzgerald Bryden has fashioned a stunning first novel of passion and obsession, love and hate, and families caught in the crossfire.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, c2009.
ISBN: 9781554701377
Characteristics: 327 p. ;,23 cm.


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