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28

NOVEMBER 2016

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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL

T

he Foreign Service

Journal

is pleased to

present our annual

Foreign Service

authors roundup in

plenty of time for

holiday orders. Whether you read the listings in

print or online, we urge you to visit our online bookstore when

a title strikes your fancy. There you will find all the books in this

edition, as well as volumes that have been featured in previous

years—and more

(www.afsa.org/bookstore

).

Our annotated list of some of the volumes written, edited or

translated by Foreign Service personnel and their family mem-

bers in 2015 and 2016 is not a definitive

record of works by FS authors; we rely

on the authors themselves to bring their

books to our attention. The roundup

was assembled with the vital assistance

of Associate Editor Gemma Dvorak,

Editorial Interns Shannon Mizzi and Katherine Perroots, and

Contributing Editor Steven Alan Honley.

This year’s list contains six works of history and biography,

a solid policy and issues section, eight memoirs, a substantial

selection of fiction and three books for young people, in addi-

tion to a potpourri of travel, photography, business, culinary

and FS parenting books. As usual, we include a list of books

We are pleased to present

this year’s roundup of

books by Foreign Service

members and their families.

FOCUS

BOOKS BY FOREIGN SERVICE AUTHORS