From within an Arab Islam royal family comes a dramatic look at the position of Middle Eastern women in Saudi Arabia.
Anyone with the slightest interest in human rights will find this book heartwrenching. It is a well-written personal story that compels the reader to awareness of human rights violations in Saudi Arabia and of the true role designated to women by men, even in wealthy families, in that country. The issues addressed by this admirably courageous woman stay with the reader long after the story is finished. Book Jacket - Betty Mahmoody
Princess. a True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia
By Jean P Sasson
Published by New York: William Morrow, 1992
Condition is Very clean black boards with black cloth spine, prob BC, gold lettering on spine, name blacked out inside page, very good dustjacket