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In the heart of Iran, a dark family secret has been passed from father to son, mother to daughter, generation to generation – a line unbroken by time. And Dr. Shahzad Yavari, the professor of geopolitics at Tehran University, is destined to become the next recipient of this legacy.

After the sudden death of his father, Dr. Yavari learns of the most closely-guarded secret o
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Paperback, 364 pages
Published October 31st 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Every year during the spring holiday of Purim, Jews retell the story of Queen Esther. In an effort to save her people, Esther went to the king and convinced him to annul the decree ordering the deaths of all the Persian Jews. The king did so and ordered the death of the man, Haman, one of his top aides, who had promoted the request. Haman was a descendent of the king of Amelek, King Agag, who was killed by the Jews around 1000 BCE. Soon after Haman’s death, all ten of his sons were killed so tha ...more
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