Deadly Waters (Ebook)
Inside the hidden world of Somalia's pirates
A unique insight into the the international pirate crisis
What are the lives of modern day pirates like outside of the attack skiffs? How do they spend their money? What clothes do they wear and what is their drug of choice? Deadly Waters takes us to the heart of Somalia, where Jay Bahadur, the intrepid twenty-five-year-old author has ventured where most journalists fear to tread. As the 'go to' journalist for all media, and with unparalleled access to all the major players, from government officials to local residents - and of course the pirates themselves - Bahadur sets out to discover who is behind the masked menaces who appear on the news.
Exploring the politics and history of the self-governing region of Puntland, Bahadur looks at the challenges facing this troubled mini-state as piracy rises - and examines how the UN and other bodies are attempting to deal with the scourge of every sea-faring nation. Evocative and incisive, Deadly Waters is a highly original analysis of the international pirate crisis.
Reviews for Deadly Waters
Justin Marozzi, author of 'The Man Who Invented History'
Michael Nicholson and author of 'Welcome to Sarajevo'
Stephen Robinson Sunday Times
Andrew Anthony Guardian