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American author: R.E. Dinlocker
Other titles by R.E. Dinlocker:
- Shanghai'd
- Maiden Shanghai
- The Missionary Position
- Something Came Up
R.E. Dinlocker
My Enemy My Friend

Barney’s new job offers him a possible future with his new boss, Sarah Atkinson, if he can overcome his haunting past. Sarah finds herself drawn to her troubled agent until she his erratic behavior reminds her why she was hired. For Barney to win Sarah, he must defeat the enemy he carries within and trust the offer of help from the Iranian who witnessed his disgrace.


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Book tags: R.E. Dinlocker, My Enemy My Friend fiction novel book political adventure Iran historical history culture romance romantic adventure 1978 Iran Shah politics Persepolis celebration Iranian Revolution fictionalized true love story literary fiction Americans in Tehran