Night Letter (Hardcover)
Nortia Press, 9780984835904, 281pp.
Publication Date: February 12, 2013
Set in Persia, Night Letter is a tale of slavery, mysticism, and a damsel in distress determined to save herself.
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Praise For Night Letter…
Intrigues, a kidnapping, and a rescue attempt kept me turning the pages of this novel. Long after finishing the book, I kept thinking about the inner wisdom Anahita receives that helps shape her destinythe story resonates like a Sufi poem.”
Marilyn Carpenter, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Eastern Washington University, and founder of The Children's Book Compass
Meghan Nuttall Sayres has once again shown her gift of story telling. Night Letter is a new epic love story that captures the mystique of Persia and the will of a woman to survive an unpredictable adventure.”
Shahrokh Ahkami, editor, Persian Heritage Journal
A visual and literary feast.”
Fahimeh Amiri, Amiri Fine Arts, illustrator of The Prince Who Ran Away: The Story of Gautama Buddha
The history of modern Iran is unknown to most Americans, yet the call for justice based on true events dramatized in Night Letter is greatly relevant to the world today.”
Bob Greene, Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association, and retired owner of the indie bookstore Book People of Moscow, Idaho
Night Letter is an engrossing adventure of love and danger amidst the social turmoil of 19th century Persia.”
Constance Vidor, recipient of the U.S. Board on Books for Young People Bridge to Understanding Award, and Director of Library Services, Friends Seminary, New York City