The Tehran Conviction

Mass Market Paperback | March 30, 2010

byTom Gabbay

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Agent Jack Teller had to make an ugly choice in his youth.

Now, decades later, he and his country must deal with the blowback.

Tehran 1953. A new recruit to the recently established CIA, Jack Teller is torn between loyalty to U.S. policies and sympathy for the hopes of a fledgling democracy in Iran—and he must choose which side he will betray.

Twenty-six years later, Jack returns to a very different Iran—a nation in the grip of a religious revolution, its populace clamoring for the destruction of “The Great Satan” America. Descending into the deadly chaos at the heart of an emerging struggle between the West and a dangerous new ideology, Jack must risk everything to save one man from Islamic justice—a man he once called his friend.

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Agent Jack Teller had to make an ugly choice in his youth. Now, decades later, he and his country must deal with the blowback.Tehran 1953. A new recruit to the recently established CIA, Jack Teller is torn between loyalty to U.S. policies and sympathy for the hopes of a fledgling democracy in Iran—and he must choose which side he will ...

Tom Gabbay is the author ofThe Berlin ConspiracyandThe Lisbon Crossing. He previously worked for NBC Entertainment as director of children's and comedy programs, and was creative director of the production partnership between NBC and ITV Television in the United Kingdom. He lives in Europe.

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Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.76 inPublished:March 30, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061188603

ISBN - 13:9780061188602

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