New Book, "My Iranian Revolution" by John Robert Tipton, Follows an American in Tehran

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One man’s quest for a fresh start sends him around the world.

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I wrote this book as a means to inform readers about the people and the culture in Iran.

Facing the crossroads in life can often lead to drastic decisions.

In the summer of 1977, 27 year-old John Tipton has grown weary of his current job in Fort Worth, Texas and discovers his wife is seeking a divorce.

Looking for an opportunity to leave his old life behind, an intriguing job offer appears which will take Tipton somewhere he never expected-Tehran, Iran.

“My Iranian Revolution”, the new book of John Robert Tipton, follows the political unrest in Iran and the American expatriate who finds himself caught in the middle of the Iranian Revolution.

“I wrote this book as a means to inform readers about the people and the culture in Iran,” said Tipton. “It was important for me to share my experiences living and working in downtown Tehran during the revolution.”

Through his remarkable memory and vivid ability to tell his story, Tipton shares exciting and colorful memories from his time in Iran. Tipton offers an American’s unique perspective on the Iranian Revolution.

“My Iranian Revolution”
By John Robert Tipton
ISBN: 978-4917-0689-3
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse online bookstores.

About the author:
John Robert Tipton was born and raised in a small East Texas oil field town. He attended the University of Texas, graduating in 1968. He worked for two major aircraft manufacturers while residing in Tehran and Riyadh. He is now retired and lives in California.


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