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Then They Came for Me: A Family's Story of Love, Captivity, and… (2011)

by Maziar Bahari

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Memoir by award winning journalist and HR activist, Maziar Bahari detailing the time he was imprisoned and brually interrograted in Iran after he attempted to cover the 2009 presidential elections. Book focuses on his time in prison, accounts of his family members who have also confronted repressive regimes and also the future of the country. A personal and illumintating account of courage and survival through the experience of one family in the face of totalitarianism.
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A riveting, heart-wrenching memoir of Maziar Bahari's brutal interrogation in Iran's most notorious prison, offering insight into Iran's turbulent recent past and uncertain future.

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