What do we really know about Iran's Nuclear Program? In the Persian Caper project, a fictional team of American, Turkish, British, and Israeli secret agents in Iran to determine the actual status and ultimate goals of Iran's Nuclear R&D facilities. A plan has been developed to destroy those facilities, if necessary, to prevent fruition of the suspected development of nuclear weapons to use on the United States, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and Israel. This fast-moving thriller is all too realistic as it draws on the author's extensive experience as an American expatriate who lived, worked, and studied in Iran to describe the adventures of the team replete with vivid detail on cuisine, sights, aromas, and customs of the diverse Persian population. Bill Burke visited many of the locations mentioned in his story, and he thoroughly enjoyed residing in Persia with his wife before the advent of the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini Islamic Revolution and the subsequent downfall of the Shah.