The english sheik and the yemeni gentleman

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Salmon Fishing in the Yemen by Paul Torday

What does it take to make us believe in the impossible?
For Dr. Alfred Jones, life is a quiet mixture of civil service at the National Centre for Fisheries Excellence and marriage to Mary—an ambitious, no-nonsense financier. But a strange turn of fate from an unexpected direction forces Jones to upend his existence and spend all of his time in pursuit of another man’s ludicrous dream. Can there be salmon in the Yemen? Science says no. But if resources are limitless and the visionary is inspired, maybe salmon fishing in the Yemen isn’t impossible. Then again, maybe nothing is.
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The English Sheik and the Yemeni Gentleman

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With a plan to see beyond adverse stereotypes, to reconnect with his own roots and to discover the true meaning of the land and its people in the modern world, a British-born Yemeni decides to visit his ancestral home for the first time.
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