Thursday, January 4, 2007

Jeremy Seabrook, No Hiding Place (2000)

a fairly technical book about instances when home countries have convicted someone for sexually abusing children in a foreign country. It was hopeful in the sense that countries and people are realizing the necessity of holding people accountable but still saddening in seeing how much we`d still like to deny that good people like us can do such things (and we have a habit of letting them get away with it).

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