by Sharon Skolnick-Bagnoli
Embattled Iris envisions a path toward peace in the middle east while attending a Native American ceremony. She frames her vision as a story, then enters it in a Jerusalem Post literary competition. Winning catapults her into the Jewish-Arab conflict. After the PLO kidnaps her two American Indian guests, Iris is forced to act. Color therapy helps her move toward peace — in herself and the world.