My Name Is Mahtob: A Daring Escape, a Life of Fear, and the Forgiveness That Set Me Free
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More than 20 years ago, the international bestseller Not Without My Daughter recounted an American mother's daring escape from her fanatical Iranian husband with their 6-year-old child. Here's the rest of the story! Now in her thirties, Mahtob tells of growing up in fear of kidnapping, battling deadly disease, and relying on the power of God's love. 308 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 308
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0718022106
ISBN-13: 9780718022105

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The daughter at the center of the international bestseller Not Without My Daughter completes her story: escaping from Iran, growing up in fear, battling deadly disease, and learning to forgive.

Two decades ago, millions of readers worldwide thrilled to the story told in the international bestseller Not Without My Daughter—subsequently made into a film starring Sally Field—that told of an American mother and her six-year-old child’s daring escape from an abusive and tyrannical Iranian husband and father. Now the daughter returns to tell the whole story, not only of that imprisonment and escape but of life after fleeing Tehran: living in fear of re-abduction, enduring recurring nightmares and panic attacks, attending school under a false name, battling life-threatening illness—all under the menacing shadow of her father.

This is the story of an extraordinary young woman’s triumph over life-crushing trauma to build a life of peace and forgiveness. Taking readers from Michigan to Iran and from Ankara, Turkey, to Paris, France, My Name Is Mahtob depicts the profound resilience of a wounded soul healed by faith in God’s goodness and in his care and love. And Mahmoody reveals the secret of how she liberated herself from a life of fear, learning to forgive the father who had shattered her life and discovering joy and peace that comes from doing so.

Author Bio

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Michigan State University, Mahtob Mahmoody has worked in the field of mental health and is an advocate for public awareness of health and welfare initiatives. She is represented by AEI Speakers Bureau and lives in Michigan.

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