Summary: Women of Lebanon: Interviews with Champions for Peace, published by McFarland & Company, presents a  mosaic of Lebanese society. It is comprised of interviews with 42 women engaged in a wide range of professions. The author arranges the interviews into well defined categories representing: Arts and Literature, Education, Government, Law, Social Work, Communications, Business, and Medicine. LaTeef reveals in an engaging array of dialogues the extent of the versatility and heroism of the women of Lebanon in overcoming the difficulties and tragedies wrought by 16 years of civil war. She also succeeds in magnifying the steadfast role assumed by the women in holding their society together in the hope of achieving peace in the face of a seemingly endless civil war.