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NOTE: 2nd edition also available on Amazon. Nearly a decade before American troops poured into Afghanistan, an American doctor and his family landed in Kabul intent on serving the Afghan people. Within weeks, the government fell, plunging the country into civil war. In the Warlord’s Garden follows the Lewis family as they root themselves in a land drenched in beauty and pain. While trying to raise children and provide aid and development after the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan, Dr. Lewis and his wife discover that in an effort to make change, they themselves are transformed.
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Between 1992 and 2007, Melinda J. Lewis spent ten years in Afghanistan with her husband Richard and their four children. Melinda has a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Oregon. After receiving credentials in English, history, and journalism, she taught high school in Arizona.
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