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JACK AND ZENA (1997) - Reviews

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'above all, a moving account of a genuinely tragic situation should be read by every policeman, social worker, lawyer and doctor in the country, as well as by anyone who wants to know about modern Britain'
(SUNDAY TELEGRAPH)

'A fascinating, sad and alarming read'
(Fay Weldon in THE MAIL ON SUNDAY)

'Compelling, horrifying reading a shocking indictment of religious fundamentalism'
(THE TIMES)

'An illuminating insight into what being a dispossessed person means, and a chilling account of how far domestic terrorism functions within a society that believes individual freedom is sacred'
(GUARDIAN)

'An incredible and humbling real-life story'
(YORKSHIRE EVENING POST)

'Read it and believe it. Jack and Zena are surely a Romeo and Juliet for our times'
(PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH)

'A remarkable story, all the more so because it's happening today'
(SOUTH WALES ARGUS)

This book is available in hardback as Jack and Zena, or in paperback as Runaways (both by Jack Briggs et al.)
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