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A Mother's Quest to Reclaim Her Daughters

By Alexandra Karb

When Alexandra attempts to end an abusive marriage, her husband Tareq abducts their infant daughters from their Montreal home and deposits them with his family in a primitive village in Jordan. Trying to retrieve them through legal means, Alexandra comes face to face with Arab cultures where children belong to the father's family and women have no rights to them. She puts a promising career as a medical researcher on hold, sets off alone to Jordan and succeeds in an audacious plan to smuggle her daughters back home. But upon returning to Canada, she finds a judicial system that is unable to protect her children from being kidnapped again -- this time for good, forcing her back to a life with the abusive husband. For the next twenty years, while achieving a PhD and working as a respected scientist, she submits to her husband's tyranny for the sake of her daughters. Her coping mechanism is to dissociate herself from constant verbal and emotional abuse and live as an observant stranger trapped in a life not of h


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Alexandra Karb's story is so incredible and dramatic as to defy belief. That it actually happened will only enhance readers' investment in this gripping, moving, and important story about a woman's quest for autonomy, a mother's love, and a heroine's journey through trauma and loss into light and peace. - Priscilla Gilman, author of The Anti-Romantic Child: A Story of Unexpected Joy and The Critic's Daughter A tragic yet inspiring story of a mother's sacrifice and courage to protect her children from being kidnapped by their father a second time. However the cost of her sacrifice leaves a history and present of wounds and scars that run deep for Alexandra and her daughters. - Lorinda Stewart, best selling author of One Day Closer

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