Tim Butcher was chief war correspondent, Africa Bureau chief, and Middle East Correspondent for the Daily Telegraph between 1990 and 2009. His previous book Blood River was about a journey up the Congo River in the footsteps of Henry Morton Stanley. He is a regular contributor to From Our Own Correspondent and has written for numerous British, US and international publications. He is now freelance and lives in Cape Town.
Chasing the Devil – On Foot through Africa’s Killing Fields
Ted Jones served in the British Army in Macedonia, Kosovo, Iraq and Northern Ireland. He is now CEO of Northcott Global Solutions, a company that arranges medical care and repatriation, usually through insurance companies, for travellers in difficulties abroad.Northcott Global Solutions
Marion Bull is a freelance photographer and travel writer. She has worked for most of the major broadsheets as well as travel magazines and websites. She usually travels alone and often to challenging destinations.Find out more about Marion Bull
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