by Gregory D. Johnsen
Norton, 352 pp., $27.95
by Edmund J. Hull
Potomac, 162 pp., $27.50
Yemen is an ancient country on the southern heel of the Arabian peninsula, the crucible of many of the peoples and customs we now think of as Arab. But to most Westerners, it is little more than a code word for bizarre terror plots.
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