A Texas girl follows her Lebanese husband back to the Middle East. Just in time for the Arab Spring. 911 was not kind to Arab-Americans, prompting his return to his homeland, at first starting off in the Persian Gulf that was hostile to Shiite Muslim like himself, and to his blonde haired American wife. They venture to his home in southern Lebanon and find that Hezbollah has taken over his village. However, a twist occurs, in that without Hezbollah, southern Lebanon, including themselves, may well have been wiped out by radical Sunni terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda and most notibly ISIS.
|Publisher:||Larry Lee Farmer|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||653 KB|
About the Author
Larry Farmer was born in Harlingen, Texas in October 1948. He has two degrees from Texas A&M, where he was in the Corps and Band. He joined the Marine Corps in 1970, then the Peace Corps in 1984. He spent almost two decades in other countries around the world, but has lived in Texas since 1998.