- STAFF PICKS
- GIFTS + GIFT CARDS
- SELL BOOKS
- FIND A STORE
More copies of this ISBN
Murder in the High Himalaya: Loyalty, Tragedy, and Escape from Tibetby Jonathan Green
Synopses & Reviews
On September 30, 2006 gunfire echoed through the thin air near Advance Base Camp on Cho Oyu Mountain. Frequented by thousands of climbers each year, Cho Oyu lies nineteen miles east of Mt. Everest on the border between Tibet and Nepal. To the elite mountaineering community, it offers a straightforward summit—a warm-up climb to her formidable sister. To Tibetans, Cho Oyu promises a gateway to freedom through a secret glacial path: the Nangpa La.
Murder in the High Himalaya is the unforgettable account of the brutal killing of Kelsang Namtso—a seventeen-year-old Tibetan nun fleeing to India—by Chinese border guards. Witnessed by dozens of Western climbers, Kelsangs death sparked an international debate over Chinas savage oppression of Tibet. Adventure reporter Jonathan Green has gained rare entrance into this shadow-land at the rooftop of the world. In his affecting portrait of modern Tibet, Green raises enduring questions about morality and the lengths we go to achieve freedom.
An intrepid journalists investigation of coldblooded murder in Chinese-occupied Tibet leads him deep within a lawless world in the land of the snows
About the Author
Award-winning journalist Jonathan Green has written for the New York Times, Mens Journal, Esquire, GQ, The Financial Times Magazine, Mens Health, and The Mail on Sunday, among others. Never shy of demanding assignments, he has reported in war-torn Sudan, the jungles of Borneo, and the ice fields of Alaska. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife.
What Our Readers Are Saying
Other books you might like
History and Social Science » Asia » India » Ancient and General