Dirty Little Deeds in Love and Marriage tells the story of the narrator's ill-fated relationship with Sahar, a Persian expatriate who fled the hostility of Iran with her husband, daughter and the dreams of a new life in America. Single and 26, he is eager to come to the rescue of the eye-catching motorist who needs assistance with her car. What begins with a pleasant conversation and a cup of coffee at the local diner soon emerges as one desperate woman's effort to end her marriage and the deadly scheme into which she attempts to drag her new American boyfriend. Dirty Little Deeds in Love and Marriage takes readers into the world of a regular guy caught up in the makings of a murder for hire. But as his grandmother always said, "If you dance, sooner or later, you're gonna' pay."