Where Lawrence of Arabia Feared to Tread
It’s the third book of the American Experiences in Arabia During the War On Terror Series. The author, Matthew Heines, finds himself on a military contract in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
His employer is tasked with training the Saudi Arabian National Guard. They need Matthew Heines to train their officers in the art of the English Language.
Unbeknownst to the author, he’s a replacement for teachers who were blown up during the terrorist bombing of their compound in 2003.
After he finds himself in the middle of the revolt incited by events at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq by US forces in 2004, Matthew Heines must find a way to survive.
Matthew Heines must also find a way to date one of the beautiful nurses working at the National Guard hospital nearby.
Days in Classroom Nights Under the Saudi Arabian Stars
In the middle of the terror, the author finds a beautiful South African nurse to share the days and Arabian Nights with him, sleeping under the stars.
Join their adventures from the Persian Gulf to Jeddah, from Taif to Yanbu.
Experience the risky life of a military contractor in Saudi Arabia.
Next, receive high pay in compensation for a risky life in Saudi Arabia.
Drive through the worst neighborhoods of Riyadh in an old jalopy to get to work.
Meet expatriate nurses from all over the world and run around with them in the desert.
Experience life as a terrorist target.
Then, quickly learn the expedient art of camouflage.
Through it all, watch the author and his South African companion turn Saudi Arabia into one big campground.
Not Your Grandfather’s Saudi Arabia
If you think Saudi Arabia is just a bunch of guys running around in robes, think again. It’s time for you to read Killing Time in Saudi Arabia: An American Experience.
The first thing you’ll discover is American expatriates can still find a way to have a good time, almost anywhere.
Even in Saudi Arabia.
Finally, read Killing Time in Saudi Arabia: An American Experience. When you do, you’ll be reading about something that happened once in Saudi Arabia.
But it will never, ever happen again.