The Afghan Wife

During the volatile times that followed the Iranian revolution in 1979, Zahra, her husband and son are forced to leave their homeland of Afghanistan with her revolutionary activist cousin, Firzun. Zahra’s life becomes embroiled with Firzun’s, as her cousin joins the violent opposition to the new regime in Iran. Complexities increase as she again meets Karim, a man she’s loved since she was a teenager. As the political turmoil unfolds, Zahra must choose between love and family loyalty.

If you enjoyed reading The Bookseller of Kabul by Asne Seirestad and The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul, by Deborah Rodriguez you’ll love The Afghan Wife.

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$26.95

Book Details

Weight 499 g
Dimensions 229 × 152 mm
Extent

322 pages

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Genre

Romantic Suspense

Release date

25 November 2017

ISBN

9781925652277

Imprint

Odyssey Books

About The Author

Cindy Davies

Cindy Davies

Cindy lived in a small town on the Black Sea coast of Turkey for two years where she taught English. This was the beginning of a life-long interest in Middle Eastern culture and language. Born in the UK she emigrated to Australia in 1975 with her family. She’s been an English language teacher, free-lance travel writer and tour guide, in both Turkey and Sydney, Australia. Her first novel The Afghan Wife is a love story set against the background of the Iranian Revolution in 1979. She’s currently working on a sequel.

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