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The Peacock Princess: The True-Life Story of an American Woman and Her Daughters, Trapped Among Decadent Iranian Aristocracy in Royal and Revolutionary Iran

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Trapped among decadent Iranian aristocracy in royal and revolutionary Iran, Barbara Bell's life was devastated by her marriage to a wealthy, sadistic Quajar royal. Her subsequent struggle to regain control of her and her daughter's lives takes place as the Ayatollah Khomeini comes into power in Iran.
Hardcover, 321 pages
Published September 28th 1995 by Cool Hand Communications Inc. (first published September 1995)
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Interesting book about an American women who marries an Iranian man and ends up being held against her will in Iran. The book was interesting but also slow at times. I learned some interesting information about Iranian culture.
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