Item description for The House in Morocco by Rosalind Brackenbury...
In an old stone house on the west coast of Morocco, Sarah Henderson is welcomed by its inhabitants: Nick the aristocratic English owner, Yann the French Sailor, and Aziz, with whom she falls passionately in love. Sarah must reconsider her own actions and those of her mother, who came to this town in 1936 and was sent home in disgrace.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 5.76" Height: 1.05" Weight: 1.08 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2003
Publisher The Toby Press, LLC
ISBN 1902881761 ISBN13 9781902881768
Availability 0 units.
More About Rosalind Brackenbury
Rosalind Brackenbury was born in London, grew up in the south of England, has lived in Scotland and France, and now lives in Key West, Florida, with her American husband, writer, sailor, and inventor Allen Meece. She is the author of twelve novels, a collection of short stories, and six books of poetry. Most recently, she is the author of the poetry collection, THE JOY OF THE NEARLY OLD (Hanging Loose Press, 2012).
Rosalind Brackenbury currently resides in Key West, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about The House in Morocco?
A timely and engaging book Feb 11, 2004
Clearly Rosalind Brackenbury knows her subject well: Moroccan Arab life as seen through the eyes of an American woman. At a time when we all are wondering what makes Arabs tick, Ms Brackenbury places us in their sandals. Aspects of daily life are explored in colorful and compelling detail. In one episode I experienced walking past men in an Arab woman's clothing. This unforgetable cross-cultural journey is rendered with a suble passion that pulled me into the heat of the drama making my heart beat and my breath quicken. Get this book if you want to enjoy yourself while you learn about a neglected culture.