"'His (Wilson) honesty carries the reader with him. Intimate books charting an individual's quest only work if the author is prepared to show himself, warts and all. This Wilson does unflinchingly.... In his anguish, Wilson speaks to and for all who cannot easily put loss behind us as if nothing had happened.' Peter Stanford, The Independent 'incredibly moving.' Ziauddin Sardar, The Independent 'I have watched in growing admiration how, with dogged persistence, Richard Wilson has conducted a singular crusade, not just to bring his sister's murderers to justice, but to understand who they were and why they killed her.' Jon Swain, Sunday Times"
About the Author
Richard Wilson read philosophy at University College London before working in IT for five years. He lives in London, where he continues to campaign for justice over the Titanic Express and Gatumba massacres. This is his first book.