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Into the Sun

Deni Ellis Béchard

House of Anansi Press

THEY CAN be found in every contemporary war zone – daredevil journalists, amoral mercenaries, and assorted foreign do-gooders. Some go seeking adventure, some are addicted to warfare, and others are plagued by liberal guilt over the geopolitical sins of western powers. Their stories are told vividly in the new novel by Deni Ellis Béchard, best known for his 2006 novel Vandal Love, which won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for best first book.

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