Review of ‘Roller Coaster in Tehran’

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Amalia Tavon is a wife and mother. She’s also an expert roller coaster engineer and an adventure junkie. When she’s forced to join Mossad in order to save her family from financial ruin after her husband loses out on a risky venture, she finds her roles in conflict. Sent under cover to Iran, ostensibly to help build a giant amusement park, she finds that the true targets of her mission are not the inhuman animals she’s been led to believe they are. When her eldest son is killed in Israel under suspicious circumstances, her sense of loyalty is put into question, and in order to survive, she finds that she must deceive not only her Iranian targets, but her Mossad bosses.

Roller Coaster in Tehran by Y. I. Latz is a suspenseful thriller, with all the requisite ‘James Bond’ moments, woven in with the profound human consequences of having to live a lie. A chilling book, with a surprise ending, that you won’t be able to put down.

I give this one five stars.

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One thought on “Review of ‘Roller Coaster in Tehran’

    Vicki S. Nikolaidis said:
    November 12, 2017 at 4:04 pm

    I want to read this one for sure!

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