A Hundred and One Days: A Baghdad Journal
Translated by Ingrid ChristophersenA New York Times Bestselling AuthorFor one hundred and one days - from January until April 2003 - Esne Seierstad worked as a reporter in Baghdad for Scandinavian, German, and Dutch media. Always in search of a story far less obvious than the American military invasion, Seierstad now brings to life the world behind the headlines in this compelling - and heartbreaking - account of her time among the people of Iraq.
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