Ghosts of the Sahara

Kennedy Hunter, An International Investigative Journalist Travels To Casablanca To Interview The Torch, A Rebel Living Deep Inside The Sahara The Torch Is Sleek As An Eel And Doesn T Make It Easy On Her To Meet Him She Is Pushed Out Of A Plane Into The Desert Where She Meets Hostile Tribes That Will Test Her Will And Her Mettle The Torch Demands The Publication Of A Manifesto To Which She Cannot AcquiesceBack In Casablanca, An American Student Disappears And The Torch Claims That He Has HerWhat Ensues Is Cat And Mouse Game Of Intrigue And Of International Proportions Involving Kennedy Hunter, The Torch, The Local Authorities And The International PressGhosts of the Sahara

Monique Williams was a journalist at The Virginian Pilot and various other publications Her work has appeared in The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Richmond Times, Creative Loafing, Portfolio Magazine and .She is multilingual and multinational.She has lived in many countries including Spain, France, Israel, Morocco, Italy and Switzerland She has, however, lived the longest in The United S

[Epub] ↠ Ghosts of the Sahara  Author Monique  Williams –
  • Paperback
  • 385 pages
  • Ghosts of the Sahara
  • Monique Williams
  • English
  • 12 January 2019

9 thoughts on “Ghosts of the Sahara

  1. says:

    Thrilling detective novel set in Morocco A girl is found dead in Morocco, an heiress disappeared and reporter Kennedy supposed to do an interview with a terrorist But the terrorist who abducted the girl has a history with Kennedy He held her hostage too but were they lovers The writer had a career in journalism what made the journalism world in the book believable And the story successfully steers clear of the stereotypes.The book opens with a scene that reminded me of the movie and the novel The Sheltering sky.I have never been in the deep south of Morocco so I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the setting, but the book is a joy to read anyways.http

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