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Michela Wrong is a distinguished international journalist, and has worked as a foreign correspondent covering events across the African continent for Reuters, the BBC and the Financial Times. Based on her experiences in Africa, `In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz', her first book, won the PEN James Sterne Prize for non-fiction. Her book `I Didn't Do It for You' focuses on the African nation of Eritrea.
`A down-to-earth yet sophisticated expose of how an entire country can be munched in the clammy claws of corruption.' The Economist, BOOKS OF THE YEAR `A lively and detailed account of the looting of Kenya by its politicians...A shocking tale told with verve and suspense.' The Times `An exceptionally talented writer...More than a story about a whistle-blower, and more than about Kenya. It could have been written anywhere where corruption is endemic.' Guardian `The story offers a fascinating insight into Kenya and is a thrilling whodunit, worthy of John Le Carre.' the london paper `Michella Wrong has written a compelling book. Well researched, poignant.' Graham Boyton, Daily Telegraph `A gripping new biography-cum-thriller.' Evening Standard