From the prize-winning author of A Hundred Veils-
Nebulous Enemies is a suspenseful story of love and intrigue in Afghanistan as aid workers fear the looming withdrawal of American forces protecting them from the Taliban.
In Baltimore, Roger's wife suddenly disappears, and although their relationship was never normal, he leaves the States to pursue her in Afghanistan, suspecting she has run off with Lyle, a U.S. contractor working there. In Kabul he is shocked to find out the horrible crimes his wife and Lyle have committed.
Lyle threatens Roger's life, and Roger finds that Lyle is also a danger to Sophie, a Belgian aid worker who teaches Afghan women. For them, Lyle is an even more immediate threat than the Taliban bombings plaguing the city, and Roger's goal is now to save Sophie and himself.
Nebulous Enemies is a condemnation of the corruption of some mercenary overseas military contractors and a testament to the bravery of the idealistic aid workers who remained there to the last minute trying to help the Afghan people.
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|Publisher:||Real Nice Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)|