The Ruby Tear Catcher is the heartwarming story of an Iranian woman whose life is uprooted during the Islamic Revolution in Iran in the 1970s and ’80s. While jailed in Tehran’s most-feared prison, where she’s held for her father’s anti-régime sentiments, Leila tells her story in flashback. She describes her childhood days in Tehran and shares her experiences as a college student in the U.S., where she falls in love with Jack, only to see their relationship torn asunder by the strong influence of their disparate religions. Ultimately, hope triumphs in the face of fanaticism and intolerance.
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About the Author
Nahid Sewell was born in Tehran, Iran. After obtaining her M.B.A. from Lehigh University, she launched a successful career in Information Technology and is the author of four non-fiction books and more than 250 articles. In her debut novel, she offers a glimpse into the life of women in Iran and hopes to deliver a message of tolerance to the world.
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