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Night in Tehran

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Night in Tehran by Philip Kaplan
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Nov 24, 2020 | ISBN 9781612198507

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“This taut and fast-paced novel has a particularly compelling feature: Philip Kaplan, after a career in the State Department, brings to his book a sharp political and international sophistication–rare in thrillers, abundant in “Night in Tehran.”  — Alan Furst
 
“Throw away the CIA analysis of Iran and instead pick up Ambassador Phil Kaplan’s brilliant novel, which illuminates the intricacies of diplomacy, espionage, and high-stakes politics in the most dangerous country in the world with clarity and drive.  This book should be required reading for senior Pentagon and State Department leaders trying to understand the complexities of our relations in the turbulent Middle East.”  — Admiral James Stavridis, 16th Supreme Allied Commander at NATO

“Kaplan dramatically shows how competing interests, foreign manipulation, and domestic brutality led to the violent overthrow of the last Persian monarch and one of the longest hostage crises on record. Not just a snapshot in time, this insightful novel is a powerful reminder of how Cold War strategies continue to reverberate through the modern global landscape.” — Publishers Weekly

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