Books by Nicholas Daniloff

Released: April 1, 2008

"An astute, absorbing account. "
Potent memoir demonstrates the dangers of collecting and dispersing news from behind the Iron Curtain. The book is dedicated to slain journalist Anna Politkovskaya and "the other Russian and Soviet journalists who died under mysterious circumstances after the collapse of the Soviet Union." Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2003

"A compelling portrait of the Chechen people and the effects of war on innocent victims, demonstrating the depths to which human beings can sink and the heights to which they can rise."
Graphic, often horrifying memoir by a Chechen doctor who treated Russian soldiers, Chechen rebels, and civilians caught in the middle. Read full book review >