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Product NameConspiracy At Desert One
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AuthorBernace Charles
Page Count365
BindingPaperback
Published12/01/2000
Long DescriptionBook description. Following April 25, 1980, Iranian Revolutionary Guards arrested Laleh Sanders, an American photojournalist in Tehran. The Iranian Press charged her with spying for America. She then disappeared for ten months before allowed to leave Iran. Why? President Carter claimed to have no knowledge of her at a press conference. Who was Laleh Sanders and what role did she play in preventing the American rescue-effort from reaching Tehran? Did someone plant a bad seed for the embassy takeover then realize the American, hostage, rescue-effort must be prevented? Did an act of sabotage occur to assure the change of guard within the American Presidential Office? Were there men who put such a plan into operation? Laleh Sanders follows a directive given her by a man holding court deep in her heart. Learning the truth sends Laleh´s daughter Roya and an American novelist on a dangerous search.
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