Lara Marlowe, the Washington correspondent of the Irish Times, has chosen her finest pieces of writing from her three decades of writing as a foreign correspondent in some of the world's most troubled conflicts.
She brings her own insights, emotions, and observations from a vast reservoir of international reporting. Her writing is powerful, moving and outspoken as she shares with honesty, passion, clarity and without fear. Her reporting takes on her personal feelings and perspectives and the reader is taken to the grassroots in many of the conflict situations where Lara becomes a voice for the people.
Her journeys have taken her to France, the Lebanon, Yugoslavia, Iran and Iraq, Afghanistan, the Middle East, Haiti and the States. Beautifully written, this book will have wide appeal to all those interested in world affairs and human conflict.
|Publication date||26 Jan 2011|