New books by Peace Corps writers — May 2015

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marrying-santiago-140Marrying Santiago
by Suzanne Adam (Colombia 1964–66)
Peace Corps Writers
May 2015
$15.00 (paperback), $3.49 (Kindle)


learning-love-kimchi-140Learning to Love Kimchi: Letters Home from a Peace Corps Volunteer
by Carol MacGregor Cissel (Korea 1973–75)
May 2015
274 pages
$10.99 (paperback), $3.99 (Kindle)


300-cups-tea-140Three Hundred Cups of Tea and The Toughest Job: Riding the Peace Corps Rollercoaster in Mali, West Africa
by Asifa Kanji and David Drury (both PCVs Mali 2011–12; PCResponse: Ghana 2012–13, South Africa 2013)
May 2015
290 pages
$14.95 (paperback)

100-veils-140A Hundred Veils
by Rea Keech (Iran 1967–69)
Real Nice Books
May 2015
310 pages
$29.95 (hardcover), $9.99 (paperback), $2.00 (Kindle)


so-many-reasons-140So Many Reasons to Die
[An Andi Battaglia – Greg Lamont Mystery] by Carole  Sojka (Somalia 1962–64)
Haven Press
February 2015
382 pages
$14.00 (paperback), $3.99 (Kindle)

ripples-pond-140Ripples in the Pond: Reflections of a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer from India
by Michael Stake (India 1966–68)
Inkwell Productions
November 2014

365 pages
$17.00 (paperback), $8.00 (Kindle)

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