Globe Pequot / Lyons Press
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978-1-4930-3365-2 • Hardback • September 2018 • $27.95 • (£21.99)
978-1-4930-3366-9 • eBook • September 2018 • $26.50 • (£19.99)
For the past decade, Susan Shand has worked as a television producer in the Near East and Central Asia Division of the Voice of America. This division covers news and events in Kurdistan (northern Iraq), Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan. While working at VOA, she has reported on political and refugee stories from Turkey, the West Bank, Israel and Jordan. She has traveled to the region several times to cover the story of Yazidi and Christian refugees. She lives in Washington, DC.
"A gripping read rich in detail about the tragedy of the ISIS genocide against the Yazidis and the desperate efforts to stop it. Susan Shand writes with compassion and clarity in shedding light on the betrayal of this ancient and vulnerable religious minority.” –Jane Arraf, former CNN Baghdad Bureau Chief and former Council on Foreign Relations Edward R Murrow Press Fellow