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(Photography – 9″ by 9″ – 120 pages – Full-Color Photos)

“Debbie Doyle’s love for Egypt and its people shines through these wonderful portraits. This is a magnificent compilation, and a real monument to an extraordinary country.”

W. Raymond Johnson, PhD Director, Epigraphic Survey, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, Chicago House, Luxor, Egypt 

“Faces of Egypt captures the vibrant colors and rich traditions of modern Egypt. The stunning and beautifully composed photographs are complemented by a lively narrative text. This book gives the reader a glimpse into Egyptian life rarely if ever seen in other sources.”

Colleen Manassa, PhD   Marilyn M. and William K. Simpson Associate Professor of Egyptology, Yale University 

“If you haven’t yet made the trip to Egypt, come steep yourself in the bounty of Deborah Doyle’s photographs inside this rare book.  No tourist, this intrepid, kind woman won the trust of her subjects, (who in turn loved receiving copies of their photographs).  The Arab Spring gave the world new images of Egypt beyond the familiar monuments and temples. This remarkable woman does, too… I dare you to be indifferent to them.”

Barbara Whitesides, PhD  author of Sugar Comes from Arabic: A Beginner’s Guide to Arabic Letters and Words