In a claustrophobic, concrete cell, two men face each other across a bare table. One is a wanted terrorist, the other a British intelligence officer. But this is no ordinary interrogation, and as they talk deep into the night and violent secrets are revealed, the line between interrogator and confessor begins inextricably to blur. Who, then, is the real terrorist? And will they pay for their guilt in blood?
Richard Jackson is Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He is a regular media commentator and maintains a popular blog at: https://richardjacksonterrorismblog.wordpress.com. This is his first novel.
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Confessions of a Terrorist Afterword Further Reading Acknowledgements