It is 1957, and Amal is an inmate of the Bethlehem Oasis for Troubled Women, having feigned insanity to avoid being put to death for the murder of her abusive husband. When attacked by a fellow inmate, Amal must confront her traumatic memories.
About the author
Rosine was born in Bethlehem, Palestine, and raised in Jerusalem until 1948, when war forced her family to move back to Bethlehem. She received a scholarship to study at Arizona State University, where she received her B.A. and M.A. in English Language and Literature. She taught English in Ramallah at the teacher Training Centre for Refugee girls, and in Schenectady, New York, before moving to Ontario, Canada, where she taught for 28 years.
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