Kidnapped in Yemen: One Womans Amazing Escape from Terrorist Captivity

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Add to Wishlist. USD Overview At the moment when Mary Quin ripped an AK from the hands of a wounded kidnapper and made her escape in the Yemen desert, she knew her life would never be the same. She and fifteen fellow tourists had been used as human shields in a terrifying gun battle between the Aden-Abyan Islamic Army and Yemeni troops.

When the shooting stopped, four hostages and two kidnappers were dead.

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In Kidnapped in Yemen, author Mary Quin details her experiences as an avid traveler and women's rights advocate, a rewarding life filled with extraordinary adventures that led to a tour of Yemen, one of the most conservative Islamic countries in the world. But her exotic vacation quickly turned into a gripping account of ambush and captivity, violence and imminent death.

An exotic vacation had turned into a nightmare as she and 15 fellow tourists were used as human shields in a terrifying gun battle between the Aden-Abyan Islamic Army and Yemeni troops that left four hostages and three kidnappers dead. Lucky to be among those who survived, Quin returned to the United States but found herself preoccupied with trying to understand why the kidnapping occurred.

Her absorbing journey through murky militant Islam and shadowy terrorist groups led her back to Yemen to try to piece together the puzzle - talking to the Yemeni Prime Minister, British embassy staff, the FBI and prisoners accused of terrorism. Kidnapped in Yemen is the unforgettable first-hand account of this remarkable woman's unusual story of curiosity, survival and healing. I Am Malala.

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    The Perfect Kill. Middle East Quarterly Winter In her mids, a successful executive just placed in charge of Xerox's Color Solutions Business Unit, Quin had a taste for exotic travel that took her in late to Yemen with a group of eighteen other Western tourists. The entire tourist group was taken hostage on December 28 and held for more than a day before Yemeni military forces attacked the AAIA, leading to the deaths of four tourists, two terrorists, and one soldier.

    Quin herself had a close brush with death, but the terrorist holding the gun in her back was hit before he could do damage to her; in an act of daring-do, she managed to pull from his still-live hands his AK, an act which left her a changed person.