The Stationery Shop of Tehran by Marjan Kamali

1953, TehranRoya loves nothing better than to while away the hours in the local stationery shop run by Mr Fakhri. The store, stocked with fountain pens, shiny ink bottles, and thick pads of writing paper, also carries translations of literature from all over the world. And when Mr Fakhri introduces her to his other favourite customer — handsome Bahman, with his burning passion for justice and shared love for Rumi’s poetry — Roya loses her heart at once. But around them, life in Tehran is changing.

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