The Russians are invading. But the locals have a plan.
Andrew Harding is a British journalist and author of two internationally acclaimed non-fiction books, The Mayor of Mogadishu, and These Are Not Gentle People, which won South Africa's top literary prize. Andrew has been a foreign correspondent for BBC News for three decades, reporting from the former Soviet Union, Asia and Africa. He has covered many of the world's conflicts, including the war in Ukraine, and has won numerous awards, including an Emmy.
'Utterly gripping, timely and shocking' - Philippe Sands on These
Are Not Gentle People
'Compelling and disturbing . . . quietly devastating' - Damon Galgut on These Are Not Gentle People
'A masterpiece.' - Alexander McCall Smith on These Are Not Gentle People
'An extraordinary tale . . . part thriller, part tragedy.' - Financial Times on These Are Not Gentle People