Imprints of a Gazelle

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AuthorHouse, Nov 7, 2011 - Fiction - 296 pages
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Part travelogue, part thriller, and a story of maturing emotional relationships, Imprints of a Gazelle is the story of an unhappily married English couple who go to Morocco hoping to save their marriage whilst trying to aid an Algerian friend whose sister has eloped with a Bedouin. As they find themselves increasingly drawn into the dangerous and harsh reality of the desert, their marriage begins to unwind. Will they both reach safety, and will their marriage still be intact as they are hunted by the police whilst being chased through the desert by a psychopath?

This book will appeal to those who enjoy an exciting adventure story, those who enjoy travel books and those that are interested in relationships and interactions between men and women. Its theme is very much that of the study of a marriage and explores the value of being honest and open in relationships and letting partners know who you really are.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
13
Chapter 3
25
Chapter 4
32
Chapter 5
40
Chapter 6
43
Chapter 7
48
Chapter 8
56
Chapter 25
175
Chapter 26
180
Chapter 27
186
Chapter 28
191
Chapter 29
202
Chapter 30
206
Chapter 31
213
Chapter 32
221

Chapter 9
65
Chapter 10
69
Chapter 11
74
Chapter 12
80
Chapter 13
85
Chapter 14
91
Chapter 15
103
Chapter 16
109
Chapter 17
112
Chapter 18
117
Chapter 19
137
Chapter 20
140
Chapter 21
145
Chapter 22
155
Chapter 23
164
Chapter 24
171
Chapter 33
232
Chapter 34
235
Chapter 35
240
Chapter 36
244
Chapter 37
254
Chapter 38
255
Chapter 39
258
Chapter 40
261
Chapter 41
268
Chapter 42
272
Chapter 43
276
Chapter 44
280
Chapter 45
286
Acknowledgements
289
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About the author (2011)

Eden grew up in Africa, and has subsequently lived in Europe, and the Far East. This upbringing and lifestyle has developed a passion for understanding different cultures and setting them against historical perspectives; constantly seeking to acknowledge the diversity and complexity of relationships both between peoples and cultures. Currenlty livies in Oxfordshire, England and is a practicing physcotherapist.

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