Improbably, I found this book at the bookstore at the Moroccan Pavilion at Disney's Epcot Center, Florida.
I feel that in terms of intellegence, authenticity, sense of place and time, and pleasurability of reading on par with great food classics such as Fisher's The Art of Eating. The best food writing and cookery books are written by wisest souls; I'd say you're in good hands here.
I admit, I cannot comment on the results of following the recipes, having not yet tried them. I'd guess that for cooks experienced of sound technique enough context is given to reproduce dishes given, and the intellegent voice of the author gives me confidence that the recipies are as carefully relayed and credible as the text.
As a window to a different world of flavors, ingredients, etc., e.g. the sense and sensibility of Moroccan cuisine, it is of the finest.