This novel about the Kurds tells the stories of asylum-seekers at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Athens. Casey Mathan, a young woman lawyer from the United States, pities the Kurds' plight and rescues a political prisoner. She later finds him to be a dangerous terrorist.
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