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Michela Wrong has worked as a foreign correspondent for Reuters, the BBC, and the Financial Times. She has written about Africa for and is a frequent commentator on African affairs in the media. Her first book, In the Footsteps of Mr. Kurtz, won the James Stern Silver Pen Award for Nonfiction. She lives in London.


."..urgent and important..." -- Harper's Magazine
A solid investigative expos -- Kirkus Reviews
"A fast-paced political thriller-with echoes of Graham Greene and John le Carr.... A gripping, thoughtful book." -- New York Times Book Review
"A gripping saga.a down-to-earth yet sophisticated expose.a devastating account of how corruption and tribalism reinforce each other." -- The Economist
"Important and illuminating.Reads like a John Le Carr novel.On a deeper and much richer level, it's an analysis of how and why Kenya descended into political violence." -- Caroline Elkins, Washington Post
"Written with the pace of a thriller and a depth of analysis of a nation and a man, this is a compelling look at a nation struggling to overcome its past."--Booklist
"A gripping saga...a down-to-earth yet sophisticated expose...a devastating account of how corruption and tribalism reinforce each other."--The Economist
A solid investigative expos?--Kirkus Reviews
"A tumultuous journey through the official networks of sleaze that drained billions of dollars from Kenya's coffers... The extent of the fraud, and the level of destruction it wreaked, is shocking..."--Newsweek International
"Wrong's book is packed with detail and solid sourcing and tells its story clearly." --Jeffrey Gettleman--New York Review of Books
."..urgent and important..."--Harper's Magazine
"A gripping profile of an anti-corruption crusader.... a magnetic protagonist for Wrong's expose of the machinery of corruption."--Publishers Weekly
..".urgent and important..."--Harper's Magazine
A solid investigative expose--Kirkus Reviews
"Important and illuminating...Reads like a John Le Carre novel...On a deeper and much richer level, it's an analysis of how and why Kenya descended into political violence."--Caroline Elkins, Washington Post
"A fast-paced political thriller--with echoes of Graham Greene and John le Carre.... A gripping, thoughtful book."--New York Times Book Review

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