The memoirs of Clare Hollingworth, frontline reporter who worked on equal terms with men in a tough, dangerous profession. The book is being published 50 years after she sent back her first despatches from Poland as German tanks rolled in. She lived in Peking after the cultural revolution, and during the Algerian war she went alone into the dangerous Casbah in Algiers. She pursued and finally broke the story of Kim Philby when no one believed that he was the third man and had vanished to Russia.
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Clare Hollingworth is an award-winning journalist. Her previous book was Mao and the Men Against Him (1985).
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Descripción Jonathan Cape, 1990. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fair. Former library copy with associated markings. COVER (includes dust jacket and clear plastic outer layer)- binding shifted; medium wear including scratches, creases, indentations; hardcover has minor tear on corner; sunfading on spine; jacket flaps inside have medium stains, exterior clean. PAGES- medium-minor stains; no text-markings, no notes; no tears. 301 pgs. Book. Nº de ref. de la librería 010346