- Hardcover: 528 pages
- Publisher: HarperPress; ePub edition edition (29 March 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 000736816X
- ISBN-13: 978-0007368167
- Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 4.6 x 24 cm
- Average Customer Review: 24 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,95,424 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Meadow Hardcover – 29 Mar 2012
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‘The definitive end to the story, which has remained unresolved for seventeen years…Levy and Scott-Clark have dared to follow the pitiless logic of a very dirty war, and have shown where it can lead…a gripping and often emotional read’ Literary Review
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‘A gripping human story. ‘The Meadow’ is as long as it is fascinating, minutely re-enacting a horrifying moment that was to send out ripples for decades to come’ Independent
‘Comprehensive and laced with telling detail… A bravura piece of reporting, and an insight into the dark heart of modern terrorism’ Sunday Times
About the Author
Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott Clark are internationally renowned and award winning investigative journalists who worked as staff writers and foreign correspondents for The Sunday Times before joining the Guardian. Their first book, Stone of Heaven (2001) was named by the New York Times as a book of the year. The Amber Room (2004) was a finalist in the Borders’ Original Voices US book awards, becoming a national best seller there. Their third book, Deception (2007) was a Washington Post ‘pick of the year’, and a finalist in the Royal United Services Institute, Duke of Westminster’s Medal for military literature. They won the One World Media award for foreign reporting in 2005 and were selected as One World Media Journalists of the Year in 2009. They have produced several television documentaries, most recently City of Fear, a film for Channel 4’s Dispatches (2010). They live in London and in France.
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Kudos to the author for bring out some shocking revelations on how a group of foreign backpackers who had nothing to do with the Kashmir issue were made as pawns in a game of politics between India & Pakistan. All the allegations/assumptions has well supported evidences.
Later part of this book highlights how the renegades were committing so many atrocities and HR violations with the help of the Indian security establishment.
A must read book for those who want to know a thing or two on Kashmir.
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