A tough and brilliant read. -- The Irish Times
An example of a rare genre: a reflective work by an outstanding photographer who is also a talented writer. -- John Ryle, Financial Times
Compelling reading. A vivid, highly personalised account leads us deep into this ideological heart of darkness. -- Daily Telegraph
Nic Dunlop's remarkable journey into the dark, suffering heart of Cambodia is a revelation. -- John Pilger
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About the Author
Nic Dunlop was born in the Irish Republic in 1969. He attended the Central School of Art and Design in London before becoming a photographer in 1990. His work has appeared in numerous publications worldwide. In 1999, he was co-recipient of an award from the John Hopkins University 'for excellence in international Journalism' for exposing the head of the Khmer Rouge Secret police, Comrade Duch. He lives in Bangkok.