At Your Own Risk by Tom Sutherland
An American Chronicle of Crisis and Capitivity in the Middle East

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More than a hostage story, this is a rare portrait of the Middle East that transcends the Sutherlands' personal struggle to place a turbulent decade in the Middle East in perspective.
 

About Tom Sutherland

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Tom Sutherland is professor emeritus at Colorado State University and a professional speaker with the Washington Speakers Bureau. Jean Sutherland, currently on leave as a professor of English, has resumed her research and writing in the field of Renaissance literature.
 
Published February 20, 1996 by Fulcrum Publishing. 448 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Husband and wife Tom and Jean Sutherland, he the dean of agriculture and she an English teacher at the American University of Beirut, have turned Tom's 2,354-day hostage ordeal into a book to be read at your own risk.

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In 1985, Tom Sutherland, dean of agriculture at the American University of Beirut (and formerly a dean at Colorado State University), was seized by Islamic Jihad terrorists.

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