Books by Christina Lamb

Christina Lamb was named Foreign Correspondent of the Year by both the British Press Awards and the Foreign Correspondents Association for her reporting from Pakistan and Afghanistan in London's Sunday Telegraph following the terrorist attacks of Septembe

Released: Oct. 1, 2007

"A balanced portrait of emotions, ideologies and awakenings on both sides of the racial divide as Mugabe's abuses pushed a 'model' African nation toward the brink of ruin."
A native-born white farmer and his Mashona maid reveal very different aspects of Zimbabwe's history over the past three decades. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 2005

"A cautionary but sympathetic story of a man obsessed, though less perniciously than most."
Sensitive chronicle of a complex man who came to Africa to found his own kingdom, built a castle for the woman he loved, and ruled his subjects with a firm but benevolent hand. Read full book review >