Season of Betrayalby Margaret Lowrie Robertson
An elegant debut novel by a former international CNN correspondent on the marriage breakdown of two American expats with the chaos of civil war in Beirut in 1983 as the story's backdrop.
PRAISE FOR SEASON OF BETRAYAL
"Ms. Robertson writes with a crisp, clear, tough voice reminiscent of Joan Didion's journalism. Her portrait of Beirut--at once vivid and meticulous--displays a reporter's gift for detail." --The Wall Street Journal
"Season of Betrayal is a captivating journey into war-torn Beirut and the equally dangerous front lines of human relationships. Margaret Lowrie Robertson brings her keen reporter's eye to this evocative and moving story of love, loss, and of course betrayal." Anderson Cooper
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Robertson was an International Correspondent in CNN's London Bureau from 1993 to 2002, primarily covering British news and politics and other European-based stories. She covered the first Gulf War in 1991 and was one of the first female correspondents to report on live television from inside Iraq during the Allied bombing campaign. Earlier in her career, she was Cairo bureau manager for CBS News. Before shifting to broadcast journalism, Robertson freelanced for CBS News from Beirut, for National Public Radio from Poland -- contributed stories to the New York Times from Warsaw, Cairo and Beirut. Robertson is a graduate of Boston University. She is married to CNN Senior International Correspondent Nic Robertson, widely known for his war reporting from around the world. They have two daughters, Lowrie and Nicky, and live in London. This is Robertson's first novel.
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