Soheir Khashoggi was born in Alexandria, Egypt. A member of one of Saudi Arabia's most prominent families, she has used her influence to highlight the plight of women across the Arab world. She lives in New York City.
"Engrossing. . . . Deft, fast-paced storytelling and sympathetic characters. A winner."--"Kirkus""Reviews "(starred review) on "Nadia's Song" "A fascinating love story of divided loyalties, forbidden love, and tender camaraderie."--Jean Sasson, bestselling author of "Desert Royal" on "Nadia's Song""Khashoggi blends romance, class conflict, and familial betrayal, all set in the context of half a century of Egyptian history. . . . By intertwining a family's fate with Egypt's involvement in the Suez crisis and the 1973 war over the Sinai, Khashoggi creates a story far richer than a typical romantic saga."--"Booklist "on "Nadia's Song""This is a compelling tale of great glamour rooted in Egypt. . . . It captures the intrigue and passion of Alexandria . . . an exhilarating and passionate novel."--Stanley Pottinger, bestselling author of "The Fourth Procedure" on "Nadia's Song" "Utterly enthralling . . . Khashoggi grips the imagination."--"Daily Mail" (UK) on "Nadia's Song"