Foreword Reviews

Abducted in Iraq

A Priest in Baghdad

2017 INDIES Winner
Gold, Religion (Adult Nonfiction)

"Writing with journalist Aris, Catholic priest Hanna opens up about the 27 days he was held captive in Baghdad, Iraq, in 2006. ...He was blindfolded, handcuffed, and taken captive while his abductors negotiated a ransom and tried, sometimes with violent beatings, to convert him to Islam. His plight garnered international attention when Pope Benedict XVI publicly appealed for his release. ...The book is poignant in describing and lamenting the destruction of Iraqi culture." —Publishers Weekly