Laila Lalami “Secret Son”

May 9th, 2009

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A young man born into poverty in Morocco finds his life taking a bizarre turn, when he discovers that his father is not dead, as he had always been told, but is in fact a prosperous businessman. In Laila Lalami‘s novel “Secret Son,” Youssef winds up in a fancy apartment with all the comforts of a home he never knew. But, of course, they didn’t all live happily ever after…

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Claudia Roden “Arabesque”

November 15th, 2006

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Claudia Roden has established herself as a leading authority on Middle Eastern and North African food, but in her latest book, called “Arabesque,” she does something a bit different. In this book, Roden offers not only 150 recipes, as well as stories and luscious full-color photos, but she has divided the book into three distinct sections, to cover the cuisines of Morocco, Turkey and Lebanon.

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