Daughter of the East
Beautiful, charismatic, and the first and only woman to lead a post-colonial Muslim state, Benazir Bhutto achieved international renown in her native Pakistan until charges of corruption forced her into exile in the late 1990s. From her upbringing in one of Pakistan's richest families to her subsequent politicization and her arrest following her father's execution, Bhutto’s autobiography chronicles a life of strength, dedication, and courage in the face of adversity.
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The Assassination of My Father
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