GREGORY E. BUFORD
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Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. American diplomat Chris Kelly rescues children from sexual slavery. Chea Phyrom is the nephew of Cambodia’s prime minister, and that lucrative trade is his core business. When Kelly threatens his profits, Chea’s revenge is swift: he kidnaps Kelly’s adopted daughter and hides her in his network of brothels. Kelly, faced with a corrupt and ineffective response to his daughter’s disappearance, puts his marriage, career, and life on the line in the race to save his little girl.
Kept: An American Househusband in India is a hilarious, heart-warming tale of a company man turned trailing spouse when his wife gets his dream job and drags him halfway around the globe.
World travelers and armchair tourists alike will marvel as Greg and Dana dine with royalty, smash an immigrant smuggling ring, flee angry mobs, foil a terrorist plot and survive a Russian rocket assault. When they adopt an Indian girl, Greg embarks on an altogether new career, and India becomes a part of their lives forever.
Winner of the Zola Award for best memoir, Kept: An American Househusband in India will have you scouring the house for cobras and wondering if you’ve got what it takes to walk on fire.
The Zola Award-winning tale of a company man turned trailing spouse when his wife gets his dream job continues in this follow-up to the bestselling Kept: An American Househusband in India.
World travelers and armchair tourists alike will marvel as Greg goes head-to-head with the CIA, flame-wielding Japanese festival-goers, impossible Aunt Ethel, and the French bureaucracy.
Hilarious and heartwarming, Kept: An American Househusband in Paris will have you dodging paparazzi on the playground and dreaming anew of your teenage crush.
Greg Buford lives in Turkmenistan with his wife, Dana. His works include a novel, Making Ghosts Dance (2017), and humorous memoirs Kept: An American Househusband in India (2019) and Kept: An American Househusband in Paris (2022). He's currently working on Kept: An American Househusband in Cambodia and a novel, A Cautionary Tale.