Kim Bolan, the Vancouver Sun reporter who has spent 20 years covering and who sometimes found herself part of the Air India bombing story, talked with Joseph Planta about her new book, Loss of Faith: How the Air-India Bombers Got Away with Murder (McClelland and Stewart, 2005).
|Loss of Faith: How the Air-India Bombers Got Away with Murder by Kim Bolan. (McClelland and Stewart, 2005)
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Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:
A new book, Loss of Faith: How the Air-India Bombers Got Away with Murder tells for the first time the full story of the Air India bombing, as well as its conspiracy and its aftermath. It’s written by Kim Bolan, the Vancouver Sun reporter who’s covered the story for 20 years. Loss of Faith is a precis of who was involved, what precipitated the attack, how the author was involved herself in the story, and what has since happened since that terrorist attack of 23 June 1985 on that rancorous road for justice-a journey that’s as of yet, far from over. Kim Bolan has won numerous awards for her work, and has also received threats upon her life. The book is $36.99 CDN ($27.95 USD), and is published by McClelland and Stewart. Please welcome to THECOMMENTARY.CA, Kim Bolan; Good morning, Ms. Bolan.