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by Zoe Ferraris,Raquel Galindo Torres

Author: Zoe Ferraris,Raquel Galindo Torres
Subcategory: United States
Language: Spanish
Publisher: RBA; Tra edition (January 5, 2011)
Pages: 319 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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Zoë Ferraris’s electrifying debut of taut psychological suspense offers an unprecedented window into Saudi Arabia and the lives of men and women there. When sixteen-year-old Nouf goes missing.

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Zoë Ferraris is an American novelist. She was born in Oklahoma. In 1991 she married a man from Saudi Arabia. She lived in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, with her in-laws for nine months. Her time in Saudi Arabia is the background for the three novels she has written. Finding Nouf (2008) follows main character Nayir ash-Sharqi, a Palestinian guide, as he attempts to solve the murder of a young girl. The girl went missing three days before what was to be her arranged marriage.

Raquel Torres (born Paula Marie Osterman or Wilhelmina von Osterman; November 11, 1908 – August 10, 1987) was a Mexican-born American film actress. Her sister was actress Renee Torres. Torres was born in Hermosillo to a German emigrant father and a Mexican mother. Her mother died while Raquel was very young and the family moved to the United States, where she spent most of her time

Nayir as-Sharqi es capaz de encontrar en pleno desierto el camino a casa sin necesidad de nada más que un turbante, agua y el cielo. Si Nouf, hija de una de las más poderosas familias de Arabia Saudí, la poderosa familia Shrawi, había huido al desierto, solo podía haber una respuesta: no deseaba ser encontrada. Ni siquiera por Nayir. Si una mujer muere ahogada en el mayor desierto de arena del mundo tenía que haber una explicación extraordinaria. Othman, uno de los hermanos de Nouf, le pide que siga buscando pese a que el caso se cierra, por decisión de la familia, como "accidente". Además, una familia entierra a una mujer de espaldas a La Meca cuando ésta llevaba un bebé en el vientre, un bebé cuyo rostro, muerto, debía mirar en la dirección de la Sagrada Mezquita. Nouf tenía quince años y no conocía a ningún hombre. En Jeddah, corazón de Arabia Saudí, cualquier contacto con un hombre, aunque sólo sea mirarle, es un pecado imperdonable. Pero será una mujer quien acudirá en auxilio de Nayir, Katya Hijazi, una ayudante forense, que pronto se emparentará con los Shrawi. Juntos rastrearán la verdad entre la opresiva sociedad saudí. Su debut literario, con Buscando a Nouf, ha estado respaldado con premios como el Los Angeles Times Book Award First Fiction. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Nouf, a 16-year-old girl who disappeared into the Saudi Arabian desert three days before her marriage has been found dead, several weeks pregnant. Palestinian Nayir al-Sharqi, who is investigating, concludes that someone within the girl’s influential family has something to hide. Author Zoe Ferraris, who lived in Saudi Arabia, provides a fascinating glimpse into the workings and assumptions of Saudi society.