GÇ£ItGÇÖs an admirable endeavour to have Iraq addressed by someone who is in so many ways able to approach it from two worlds. . . . Tamara Chalabi has the stuff, in every sense, that is needful to undertake this.GÇ¥ GÇöChristopher Hitchens
In the tradition of Jung ChangGÇÖs Wild Swans and Bhutto BenazirGÇÖs Reconciliation comes Tamara ChalabiGÇÖs unique memoir of returning to her familyGÇÖs homeland, Iraq. In this epic story of one daughterGÇÖs journey through the annals of her familyGÇÖs tumultuous history, ChalabiGÇÖs powerful voice and piercing vision illuminate her country and its people as never before.
Late for Tea at the Deer Palace
The Lost Dreams of My Iraqi Family
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