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Letters from Afghanistan

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Serving in the Peace Corps, the author describes the land and the people of Afghanistan through weekly letters to her mother; thus, the description is real and immediate.
Paperback, 175 pages
Published February 25th 2003 by Branden Books (first published February 19th 2003)
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Brought back so many memories from Egypt! I so wish the Afghan people could just enjoy or experience some stability in their country.
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I was raised in the small town of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and graduated from the University of Idaho. In my senior year, I married Chuck Hanner and together we decided the best thing to do after graduation was to join the Peace Corps--and off we went to Afghanistan. Those adventures became my book "Letters from Afghanistan" written from diaries and letters some thirty years later. We did another ...more
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