Death of a Translator

Author:   Ed Gorman
Publisher:   Arcadia Books
ISBN:  

9781911350088


Pages:   250
Publication Date:   15 June 2017
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Ed Gorman
Publisher:   Arcadia Books
Imprint:   Arcadia Books
Dimensions:   Width: 14.50cm , Height: 2.50cm , Length: 22.50cm
Weight:   0.452kg
ISBN:  

9781911350088


ISBN 10:   1911350080
Pages:   250
Publication Date:   15 June 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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'By turns gripping, enlightening and deeply moving, Ed Gorman's story should be required reading for any editor in charge of sending journalists into harm's way.' -- Matthew Green, author of Aftershock 'I have never read anything that so fully and perfectly captured the personal experience and the personal aftermath of war. This is a brave book. Ed Gorman has a lonely struggle, but, excellent reporter that he is, he shows us how the struggle is not his alone.' -- PJ O'Rourke


'I have never read anything that so fully and perfectly captured the personal experience and the personal aftermath of war. This is a brave book. Ed Gorman has a lonely struggle, but, excellent reporter that he is, he shows us how the struggle is not his alone.' PJ O'Rourke; 'By turns gripping, enlightening and deeply moving, Ed Gorman's story should be required reading for any editor in charge of sending journalists into harm's way.' Matthew Green, author of Aftershock; 'Few autobiographies are page-turners. Ed Gorman's is. I cannot recommend this well crafted, exciting yet moving book too much.' General The Lord Richards of Herstmonceux GCB CBE DSO, author of Taking Command; 'Death of a Translator is a powerful and personal read. Ed Gorman discusses his experiences in an incredibly open and moving way. His story is an example to us all.' Brigadier Ed Butler CBE, DSO


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Brought up in the English Midlands, Ed Gorman attended Cambridge University where he read economics and modern history and then set out to make his name in journalism in Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. His adventures there form the core of his first book with Arcadia, Death of a Translator, which is due for publication in 2017. A 25-year career at The Times followed when Ed worked as a foreign news correspondent covering wars in Afghanistan, the Balkans and Sri Lanka. He was Ireland correspondent for four years during the Troubles, then sailing and Formula One writer and latterly deputy foreign editor and deputy head of news. Married with three stepchildren, he now works from home in West Sussex, dividing his time between writing and his responsibilities as editorial director of a sports management company.

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