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Misha Glenny

Misha Glenny

Glenny is the son of the late Russian studies academic Michael Glenny. He was educated at an independent school, Magdalen College School, in Oxford, and studied at the University of Bristol and Prague's Charles University before becoming Central Europe correspondent for The Guardian and later the BBC. He specialised in reporting on the Yugoslav wars in the early 1990s that followed the breakup of Yugoslavia. While at the BBC, Glenny won 1993's Sony Gold Award for his 'outstanding contribution to broadcasting'. He wrote three books about Central and Eastern Europe. In McMafia (2008), he wrote that international organised crime could account for 15% of the world's GDP.

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055932 McMafia: Seriously Organised Crime £9.99
055931 Nemesis: One man and the battle for Rio £18.99

English : History

055933 The Balkans: 1804-2012: Nationalism, War and the Great Powers £19.99
055934 The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War £10.99

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148232 DarkMarket: How hackers became the New Mafia £9.99

English : Thrillers/detective Stories

148409 Nemesis: the hunt for Brazil's most wanted criminal £8.99

French : Politics, Economics, Institutions

150814 McMafia : au coeur de la criminalité internationale £24.95

Italian : Popular Fiction

128854 Nemesis £22.75

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