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Daughters of Islam by Miriam Adeney
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Apr 26, 12

Written by a Christian anthropologist, this book looks at the lives of Muslim women, and offers suggestions on how to reach out to them. The author provides a lot of good insights and interesting anecdotes, many of which aren't available elsewhere. However, her writing style is a little hard to follow. She tends to jump abruptly from one topic to a completely different one.

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