Bio: Sally Dixon has a B.Sc. in Maths and Psychology and a B.A. in Music plus a year?s post- graduate study combining the two disciplines. She recently completed a creative writing course and has had several articles published in magazines on both sides of the Atlantic. She has lived in seven countries and traveled in thirty-five. The inspiration for her first novel, For the Love of David, came from her three years spent living in Cairo. Fortunately, unlike Anna in the book, when she went to collect her own small son from school as the city came under curfew, he was still there waiting for her.
Sally is in the process of relocating wit her husband to Maine after spending six years living in France, and is currently working on a second novel, A Dutch Affair, set in the Netherlands.
Sadime is alienated from her Moroccan family. Despite her father's threats, she wants a boyfriend of her own choosing. Young Dutch student Jaap van der Broek is captive by Sadime, but their relationship looks doomed. Ironically, terrorist Abdul is the catalyst who will bring them all together?
Anna and Ben are on their first foreign posting--to Cairo. The stress of the new job, combined with the difficulties of adjusting to an alien environment, are taking their toll. However, these problems suddenly fade into insignificance in the face of a catastrophic event which turns their life upside down and which will ultimately prove to be the catalyst that reunites them--the kidnapping of their six-year-old son, David. Following more bombings and faced with the possibility of evacuation, Ann... more info>>