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Escape from Syria

By Samya Kullab

Escape from Syria book coverThis tale gives a fictional but all too real account of a family’s flight from war and the terrors of a refugee camp. Told from the point of view of Amira, it gives some light background to the war and the reasons why so many people fled. Once out of Syria, the family settles in Lebanon, but Lebanon is fearful of war coming to them, and does not allow most Syrians to work or own homes. Out of money, the family are forced to live a meagre existence in a refugee camp.
This story also touches on the difficulty of getting out of the camps to a safe country, of getting medical attention, of educational opportunities. It doesn’t take sides, just tells how things are. Though moving to Europe or North America means having access to these things, it also shows a new set of difficulties, learning a new language, new rules, new geography and climate.

Charlie Mike

book cover image: Charlie Mike

Joe Kein's new book Charlie Mike: a true story of heroes who brought their mission home is a story of two decorated combat veterans linked by tragedy, who come home from the Middle East and find a new way to save their comrades and heal their country.

Secret Service Agent to CIA Director - good deeds and misdeeds

 

book cover image: Disciples: the World War Ii missions of the CIA directors who fought for Wild Bill donovan

Four men.  Four Secret Service Agents.  Later, Four CIA directors. 

The Hornet's Nest

cover image: The hornet's nest - DVD

There are so many instances when reality far outweighs the creation of our imagination.