Embittered by disparaging "raghead" put-downs while a student at Harvard University, brilliant scholar Mohammed Hassan returns to Iran, leaving behind in America his wife, Germaine Phillips, and their son, Ali. Renaming himself Timur-Osman, he sets out to consolidate power throughout the Moslem world. Years later, Ali goes to Iran to visit his father. Assistant Secretary of State James Parrish is tasked to find ways to influence Timur-Osman, Iran’s new leader. With growing instability across the world, James seeks out Mohammed’s ex-wife, Germaine, to influence the men in her family. Military and political figures appear throughout this story of survival. The situation deteriorates to an explosive climax in the exciting Night of the Black Moon: Can a Man in Iran Conquer the World?
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