A Minor Indescretion: Detained In Morocco

A Minor Indescretion: Detained In Morocco

by Dr. Graham Hutt


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'After inserting the key to unlock the cell door, the jailer looked in, and then shoved all the men inside: Jaques, Matti, Viekko and me . . . the massive iron door swung shut with a loud metallic squeak of the hinges, followed by an almighty clank that seemed to make the whole building reverberate for several seconds. It was a sound that will haunt me for the rest of my life; a sound I will never forget.'

This is the thrilling story of how Graham Hutt and his friends were arrested and imprisoned in Morocco. All because one of them possessed a small black bag containing something the police and a judge were to deem 'illegal in Morocco ' - Bibles. The penalties totalled nearly half a million dollars, plus imprisonment; and all because of this 'minor indiscretion.'

Read of the author's long fight to prove their innocence, reclaim his yacht and regain the freedom to visit the country he loves: Morocco. This is a fast paced chronicle of the friends' adventures, with unique insights into Arab culture. Buckle up for an emotional roller coaster ride with surprising twists and a thread of unending faith.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781647536817
Publisher: URLink Print & Media, LLC
Publication date: 04/29/2021
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Graham Hutt served in the Royal Navy for fourteen years, where for much of the time he skippered ocean-going sail training yachts. On leaving the Royal Navy, he moved with his family to the Mediterranean in 1980 and worked in Lebanon for a humanitarian aid organization whilst learning Arabic. He travelled extensively in the Middle East, working in the Arabian Gulf for several years. He gained a doctorate in medical anthropology and qualified in physiatrics, working in physical therapies and acting as a consultant for charitable organizations in the Middle East and North Africa. Graham continues to sail his yacht, writing popular nautical pilot books for cruising yachtsmen whilst combining this with his special interest in the Arab world and Islam. In 2003 he was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Institute of Navigation by His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinborough, in recognition of his books on navigation.

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