A Diplomat's Daughter
A Diplomat's Daughter is the story, written from diaries and memories, of the author during her life in Pakistan as a diplomat's daughter. Her father was an American diplomat in Pakistan in 1979 when the United States Embassy burned down. Montes retells the historical events from the perspective of a young girl struggling with growing up among cultural turmoil and the personal human interactions that she found makes us more alike than different.
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