John LeCarre, bestselling author of "Call for the Dead" notes: "Russia's murderous and unrelenting persecution of the Chechens, now shamefully condoned by the United States and Britain as part of the war on terror, is here vividly portrayed in all its surreal horror."
This is Goltz' second book on the Post-Soviet Caucasus and, thus, a companion volume to his "Azerbaijan Diary," which was published by M.E. Sharpe in 1998. Azerbaijan International magazine published Goltz' reminisces on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Khojali Massacre (Azerbaijan). See "Khojali: Eyewitness Account the Following Day" and "Khojali: A Decade of Useless War Remembered", AI 10.1 (Spring 2002).
"Chechnya Diary: A War Correspondent's Story of Surviving the War in Chechnya" by Thomas Goltz. Thomas Dunne Books: New York, 2003. Hard bound, ISBN 0-312-26874-2, 352 pages, $27.95.
Goltz is currently on tour in the United States to launch his book. Chechnya Diary should be available in most major bookstores, as well as via electronic order on either Barnes & Nobel at BN.com or AMAZON.com. Contact Thomas Goltz, who makes his home in Montana, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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