The Lost Executioner: A Story of the Khmer Rouge

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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2006 - Atrocities - 326 pages
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A real-life detective story, tracking down the man responsible for some of the worst atrocities of the killing fields

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THE LOST EXECUTIONER: A Journey to the Heart of the Killing Fields

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A photographer/journalist charts the brutal, sanguinary history of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge and chases down one of its most savage officials, who now sits in prison awaiting trial.The kindless ... Read full review

The lost executioner: a journey to the heart of the killing fields

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Haunted by photographs of prisoners at the Tuol Sleng prison in Cambodia, where in the late 1970s many thousands were tortured and all but seven perished, Irish-born photojournalist Dunlop searched ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Nic Dunlop was born in Ireland in 1969. He attended the Central School of Art and Design in London before becoming a photographer in 1990. His work has appeared in numerous publications worldwide. In 1999, he was co-recipient of an award from the Johns Hopkins University 'for excellence in international Journalism' for exposing the head of the Khmer Rouge Secret police, Comrade Duch. He lives in Bangkok.

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