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1992, Nicht Ohne Meine Tochter, Betty Mahmoody

1992, Nicht Ohne Meine Tochter, Betty Mahmoody

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“Nicht ohne meine Tochter” (Not Without My Daughter) is a memoir by Betty Mahmoody, an American woman who was married to an Iranian man and lived in Iran for several years. The book was published in 1987 by St. Martin’s Press and became a bestseller 1.

The book tells the story of Betty and her daughter Mahtob, who were taken to Iran by Betty’s husband for what was supposed to be a short visit to his family. However, once they arrived in Iran, Betty’s husband revealed his true intentions: he wanted them to stay in Iran permanently and live according to Islamic law. Betty refused to comply and tried to escape with her daughter, but she was trapped in a foreign country where she didn’t speak the language or know the customs. She endured physical and emotional abuse from her husband and his family, and had to fight for her freedom and her daughter’s safety 1.

This book is a rare and collectible item for any Betty Mahmoody fan or book lover. You can enjoy reading this book at home or on the go.

Don’t miss this opportunity to own a piece of literary history. Order this “Nicht ohne meine Tochter” book today and experience the magic of timeless masterpieces. You will not regret it!
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