Books by Donna Rosenthal

Released: Oct. 7, 2003

"A lively, cliché-popping account, sure to irritate fundamentalists and the humorless, but a treat for everyone else."
An amiable portrait of the 6.7 million people—a population about the size of Baghdad's—who live in a country smaller than New Jersey but that "captures the lion's share of the world's headlines." Read full book review >