Margot Badran’s review of “My Prison, My Home”

Margot Badran reviewed Haleh Esfandiari’s My Prison, My Home, in The Washington Times today.

Badran finds that “Esfandiari’s finely wrought memoir. . . gives us a window on a terrible and terrifying world and the trial by fire that some of our fellow human beings are forced to endure.”

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