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'A remarkable first novel: edgy, angry and utterly individual'
'I could just as easily leave Cartwright out of this. But he's forced his way into it, dust reassembling itself . . .
Years after I stopped caring, after I gave up all the play-acting, I learn that someone else was watching all along.'
In Dublin, a newspaper editor called Cartwright commits suicide. One of his colleagues, Owen Simmons, discovers a dossier on Cartwright's desk. And in the dossier Owen finds a photograph, which brings him back, once again, to a dusty road in Africa and to the woman he once loved . . .
Not Untrue and Not Unkind is Owen's story – a gripping story of friendship, rivalry and guilt among a group of journalists and photographers covering Africa's wars. It is an astonishingly powerful and accomplished debut that immediately establishes Ed o'Loughlin as a mature master of the novel form.
Ed O'Loughlin was born in Toronto and raised in Ireland. He reported from Africa for the Irish Times and other papers, and was Middle East correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age of Melbourne. Not Untrue & Not Unkind is his first novel.
'A fine, darkly authoritative novel' - Joseph O'Neill, author of NETHERLAND 'Fantastic writing, great subject; a voice that is both passionate and cold. The most exciting first novel I have read in many years' - Anne Enright, Man Booker Prize winning author of THE GATHERING
Published: April 2009
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6 x 2.1
Weight (kg): 23.5