|Series||The Tuareg Dilogy|
|Publisher||Goldmann Wilhelm GmbH|
|Media type||Print, e-book, audiobook|
|Followed by||Eyes of Tuareg|
Tuareg (ISBN 184694192X) is a thriller novel written by Spanish author Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa. This novel was his most critically and commercially successful, with global sales in excess of 5,000,000 copies. It was adapted into a 1984 movie starring Mark Harmon, Tuareg – The Desert Warrior.
One day, two old men and a boy appeared in Gacel Shayah's camp in the Sahara. He, a noble inmouchar observing the millennial tradition of the desert, sheltered travelers. But he failed to protect them. People in dusty military uniforms violated the ancient hospitality law. They killed the boy and took one old man away. Gasel Shayah remembers the great commandment of the Tuareg people: your guest is under your protection. Therefore, he has to seek vengeance.
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