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About the Author: Hal Fleming

Hal Fleming has been an international aid manager, a diplomat and a college instructor.He has lived ten years in Africa and been on short term assignments to over 20 other countries. Early on he worked for a major New York business magazine. More about his writings can be found at

He now lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, Arlene, a leading expert in the protection of cultural property, and his dog, Bogie, an avid chaser of deer.

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Paperback, Published in May 2008 by America Star Books

ISBN10: 1605637068 | ISBN13: 9781605637068

Page count: 214

The Bridesa Fair, an annual folkloric event in the Mid Atlas Mountains of North Africa, serves as an exotic setting for a novel of international intrigue and terrorism. Americans, mountain Berbers, Moroccan Arabs and those of a rebel faction converge on the festival, and it soon becomes clear that their fates are interwoven. The plot is driven by attempts to forestall an act of terrorism, while sub-plots tell of the tangled love interests of the Americans; the frantic efforts of a young Berber girl to escape a forced marriage; the trials of local officials in dealing with threats to their countryas national security; and the obstacles faced by a small band of terrorist in carrying out their mission to disrupt the fair. A major disaster is averted at the last minute with the revelation that one giving aid to the terrorists was an American of the diplomatic community.

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