Love in a Time of War
‘A gripping tale of savagery and courage, of history in the making, intertwined with rich personal reminiscences’ Noam Chomsky’This is a portrait of a couple bound in a lovesong, which like all such songs confronts the vagaries of leaving, longing and loss’ Colum McCann’A superb account of the life and work of the best reporter I have ever known’ Patrick CockburnWhen Lara Marlowe met Robert Fisk in 1983 in Damascus, he was already a famous war correspondent. She was a young American reporter who would become a renowned journalist in her own right. For the next twenty years, they were lovers, husband and wife and friends, occasionally angry and estranged from one another, but ultimately reconciled.
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