When the Apricots Bloom is the story of the worst dictatorship in Iraq. And the consequences of this brutal dictatorship affect up-level women like Ambassadors and former princess of Iraq. At this ruler of Iraq, the dictator is very hard-hearted and dangerous for common peoples as well as for neighbor countries also because they owe some most dangerous weapons.
Gina Wilkinson a former member of the embassy and she is also performing her duty as a correspondent. In this book Gina portrait the whole scenario and reality of dictatorship. Because of her experience, this book is much value-added and informative. Huda an embassy member of Australia. She leaves in fear because she knows mukhabarat the police of the dictator is watching and listening every single conversation and that information will be used against the United States and its allies. She only feels danger because of her teenage child. Mukahbrat forces her to be an informer for us. You can download When the Apricots Bloom PDF at the end.
Gina Wilkinson works many years in the embassy as a correspondent. After this, she also works in BBC and many other big news agencies. She was won many international awards throughout her career. Before this book, she mainly focuses on documentary creations. She mostly creates documentaries on different wars.
Feature of When the Apricots Bloom pdf:
- English is the primary language of this book.
- The official release date is February 2nd, 2021.
- Gina Wilkinson is the author of this book.
- The genre of this book is Fiction.
- The total page count in the hardcover edition is 304 pages.
- Kensington Publishing Corp. is the official publisher of this book.
- There are more than 8 editions of this book.
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