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Book: Days of Sand and Royals by Len Steiner
They sang in Arabic in unison while they danced back and forth and waved their swords in the air. I was advised by the Saudi Captain that the dances varied by tribe in Saudi Arabia. I really enjoyed the movements and the joyous attitude of the Saudis present. It was quite a display not often seen by foreigners. After a number of the dances, the three of us were invited to join a group of Saudi [...]
 
Book: Inshallah by Sybil Powell
Jinya a wilful but otherwise a conventional Saudi girl had her life turned upside down at Abba airport when she admired an English expatriate, Mark Maxwell. Through a series of fateful situations they meet and fall in love, breaking the civil and religious laws of the country. Fighting against all the difficulties they plan their future together, only to be discovered by her brother. He had the [...]
 
Book: Surviving Riyadh by Alma B. Apostol
My book describes the persistence of an employer to hire me, meeting him in person in Anaheim, California during a scientific convention at his request. I turned down his job offer three times, and finally he decided to negotiate the conditions where I was willing to accept his job offer. It took over a year to finally arrive in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The difficulties I encountered deciding [...]
 
Book: The emperor is naked - volume 1 by Joe M. Heads
The emperor is naked When you are familiar with the amazing powers governing life, you are able to recognize the day-to-day nuances that may be bothering you. And when you are able to pinpoint the real reasons for life's problems, you can more easily find a permanent solution. With this truth you are also able to extinguish false beliefs, such as worrying about threats that do not exist, or [...]
 
Book: The Emperor is Naked - volume 2 by Joe M. Heads
This is the second volume in a series of about 6 books of practical philosophy, meant to portray situations in life, as they are in real life, and then treat them accordingly. The title of the series is based on the "The Emperor's new clothes" tale, in which the king and all his subjects live a lie in order to protect themselves from the false belief that only the wise can see truth, while the [...]
 
Book: To Steal a Sea by Simon D. Reagan
Russian oligarch Petr Damyanovitch had amassed his fortune through ruthlessness and charisma. His war record had been exemplary: as one of the most talented snipers in the Russian Army he had survived the blood-soaked killing fields of Stalingrad, and been present at the fall of Berlin. But after the collapse of the USSR his obsession became to restore his nation's place in the world, using the [...]
 
Book: The Dancing Seers - Book Two in the Story of the City of Heritage. by Chris Edmonds
After the city of Heritage had been burned down to ashes, Beatha felt forced to use her mysterious gift and listen to the voice of her lost sister. Fortunately for all concerned, Trinity's words helped the reluctant, young seer lead their now-homeless people over the Unscalable Mountains to the freedom of the plains beyond. The Violites were greatly changed by these staggering events. As part of [...]
 
Book: The Daily Hazards of a Middle Eastern Wife by Soad Nasr
If you think a Middle Eastern marriage is something unfamiliar and exotic, filled with strange and unknowable customs then you're only partially right. While both Eastern and Western cultures have their unique take on marriage, many issues faced by future brides remain constant throughout the world. The pressures of the first date, pre-wedding drama, and in-law approval are as familiar to women [...]
 
Book: Midsummer Maid by Lindsay Townsend
He was a woodsman, a forester, a good man but cursed with the mark of the devil on his face and shunned by many. She was a dairy-maid, caring and brave, who feared no one. Drawn to each other on a long and fateful Midsummer Day, can Haakon and Clare overcome the superstitions of their village and the brutal, lecherous knights to break out of their bonds of class and custom and to strive for a [...]
 
Book: History of Christmases Past by Suzi Love
History of Christmases Past is a large collection of historical information about the traditions of Christmas through the centuries, including the religious aspects, decorations, games, food and plays. There are many pages of images, either religious or village based, that show how people of all social classes celebrated Christmas in various countries around the world, especially in the European [...]
 
Book: Easter in Images (Historical Events) by Suzi Love
Images of Easter through history, including artworks, postcards, and Faberge eggs and jewelry. Easter in Images is Book 2 in my Historical Events Series and is a companion book to History of Christmases Past, both of which focus on the customs and traditions celebrated throughout world history at the time of these important religious holidays. This book is full of paintings and images of Easter [...]
 
Book: Embodiment Of Hope - Life Story Based On Luo Culture And Customs by Edward Orony Omolo
EMBODIMENT OF HOPE is Omolo family's footprints on the sands of time based on Luo Culture, Luo customary law and marriage laws Customs. The book investigates the circumstances and experiences of Erasto Omolo family, a remarkable family from Kodero Bara Village in Kenya. There are powerful stories of four widowed women, Ogola Ngare, Flora Omolo, Esta Omolo and Damaris Omolo and their relationships [...]
 
Book: Make Big Money and Live Like a Millionaire by Teaching English to Oil-Rich Arabs by David Kessel
Teach English in the Middle East and get your hands on that Arab oil money! There are possibly three ways to make a lot of money without going into business: 1)Become a lawyer - 2)Become a doctor - 3)Become an English teacher in the oil-rich Arabian (Persian) Gulf countries. The third profession is a highly guarded secret, and you won't read about it on Internet news or hear about it from your [...]
 
Book: DALA and DIASPORA - TESTAMENT - A LUO FAMILY STORY by Edward Orony Omolo
"In Dala and Diaspora" is a journey of hope, faith, courage and determination. The writer wanders with you slowly, provocatively and elicits in you the feeling and the assertion that you can achieve whatever you set your sights on, your present circumstances notwithstanding. You are invited and encouraged to think and act imaginatively, bravely and purposively, unrestricted by local stereotypes, [...]
 
Book: Roland's Stupendous Imagination And The Native Americans by Jan Clifton Watford
INTRODUCING - Roland's Stupendous Imagination and The Native Americans Roland's Stupendous Imagination And The Native Americans is a story of a little boy that is overcome by his imagination and his curiosity about Native Americans. His imaginary adventure takes him to a Native American village where he meets other children his age that introduce him to their culture and legends. Full color [...]
 
Book: Cairo by Victoria Pitts Caine
Liz McCran and Donnie Barnes travel to Cairo, Egypt, in search of Addie and Gary Wright, who were asked to deliver a mysterious envelope. Within days of their arrival, the couple has vanished. When Liz locates the Wright's contact, Mr. Moustafa, she receives the first of several riddles. Rayhan Shenouda, an Egyptian working at the American Embassy, agrees to help but his desire is to win Liz's [...]
 
Book: Deep Deceit by Anne Louise O'Connell
Deep Deceit Hits Top 10 in Mystery/Suspense During Launch Week - When Celeste Parker's daughter Tamara goes missing in Dubai the all-out search and rescue mission she anticipates never materializes. She is put off by the police as 18-year-old Tamara is technically an adult, and no foul play is apparent. Celeste faces the gut-wrenching fear every mother dreads... the possibility of losing a child. [...]
 
Book: Rainbow in the Sky book (The Shellies) by Ian R Kaye, Marie E Campbell
Once upon a tide on the bay, Rainbow and Poet met Splash, a seal. The adventure tells how the merry bunch help Splash find his friends.Along the way a glider is designed and built, Rainbow is taught how to fly it, Crabby falls into the sea and Barnacle shouts out more of his 'old sea customs. Waves of fun with a splash of humour await.
 
Book: Fracture Gradient by Jim McCulloch
It's the 1980's, Ronald Reagan is President, and America has recovered from the crippling energy shortages of the 1970's when OPEC nearly squeezed oil-dependent economies to death. But now the U.S. energy industry is faltering as OPEC again manipulates the international oil markets to wrestle back dominance and force America to her knees one more time. Out of nowhere, rumors of an astonishing [...]
 
Book: The Wishing Stone (The Shellies) by Ian Kaye
Once upon a tide and not so many waves ago, The Shellies noticed that some of the rock pools on their beach had very little water in them. Worried about the lack of drinking water Rainbow sighed, "I wish we could find some way of storing the water that falls from the sky?" Read how Crabby invented the 'www' (Wave Water Wheel) and a new land yacht. Where exactly is Muckle Flugga and? Will Barnacle [...]
 
Book: A Kid's Guide to Costa Rica by Jack L. Roberts
A Kid's Guide to Costa Rica is an engaging, easy-to-read book for kids about this fascinating country where two-thirds of all animal and plant species live. With its stunning, full-color photographs, the book provides an engaging introduction to the people, customs, and culture of this Central American country. Designed primarily for recreational, high-interest reading, the informational text [...]
 
eBook: Deadly Eyes by Michael Meyer
Could murder threaten a rocky romance? When Cuff and Rosie, laid-back lovers on their idyllic Caribbean paradise of St. Croix, are just beginning to move their relationship to the next level, they suddenly find themselves entangled in the crosshairs of an unknown stalker whose relentless pursuit knows no bounds. Now, with their lives on the line and time running short, they know they must act [...]
 
Book: Captured by Moonlight (Twilight of the British Raj) by Christine Lindsay
Prisoners to their own broken dreams After a daring rescue goes awry, Laine Harkness and her friend Eshana flee to the tropical south of India and headlong into their respective pasts. Laine takes a nursing position at a plantation in the jungle, only to discover that her former fiance is the owner but fun-loving Laine refuses to let Adam crush her heart like he had years ago. Eshana, captured by [...]
 
Book: Temples and Tacos by Valerie Astill
This fascinating expedition consisted of so much more than learning about ancient civilisations such as the Aztecs, Zapotecs and Mayans and seeing the remains of their once great cities. Whether travelling by coach, visiting a remote site by five-seater 'plane or travelling up-river by boat, the journey itself was part of the adventure. However, it was the discovery that many Indians still [...]
 
Book: INZARED, Queen of the Elephant Riders by L. Leander
Bertha Maude Anderson has no inkling of how famous she will become. She lives in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina in the year 1843. Her world changes forever when she is enticed to join The Romanoff Brothers Circus and her name is changed to Inzared, Queen of the Elephant Riders. Inzared discovers her true calling while learning to live with the nomadic Gypsies. From the hatred shown [...]
 
Book: The Journey by Christina Berta
Set in Brussels, Belgium, The Journey tells the story of ten people from all walks of life, each with their own problems. A single event unites them and forces them to think about their predicaments. Faced with the choice of maintaining the status quo or recounting their innermost thoughts for everyone to scrutinize, what will they decide to do? The characters include a Turkish snack bar owner [...]
 
Book: But Can You Drink The Water? by Jan Hurst-Nicholson
Follow the hilarious lives of the naive Turner family as they emigrate from Liverpool to sunny South Africa. Laugh out loud as they encounter 'crocodiles' on the wall, strange African customs and unintelligible Afrikaans accents. Cringe with them as their visiting in-laws embarrass them in front of their new SA friends. If you enjoyed Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine you will recognise Mavis [...]
 
Book: An English Custom by James Henry
Major Rupert Stonely came home after a dubious career selling surplus army equipment. Unfortunately, the army didn't know that. He had also expected to inherit his late mother's estate; she, it seemed, had other ideas. Rupert was about to be usurped by a glorified-waiter and he, quite literally, didn't have the balls to do anything about it. Timothy Montague however, did - he just didn't know how [...]
 
Book: Gifting and the Stick by Boyd Keisel
He grew up a part of America's Greatest Generation those who worked hard, sacrificed, and perfectly exemplified the resilience of the human spirit. In a small community rooted in the age-old customs of ranching and farming, Boyd Keisel discovered many hidden lessons of life in places you'd least expect to find them discovering life-changing truths about love, consequences, and family that would [...]
 
Book: Through the Faery Ring - The Tulip Sisters Adventure Series by Nancy Jean
The four faeries thought they had already lived through the adventure of their lives; they would soon be proven wrong. Life had always been a little different for the Tulip Sisters, each gifted with a power of the elements. The dramatic events of last summer had pushed Etaura the earth faery, Aiara the air faery, Fierre the fire faery and Wyshari the water faery into the spotlight. But in the [...]
 
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