Cairo Mon Amour: a review by Russell Darnley

  Stuart Campbell has crafted a richly faceted novel taking full advantage of Cairo as an ancient centre of cultural and linguistic confluence. He weaves a tale of intrigue and duplicity that, through his descriptive brilliance, takes the reader beyond the fa├žade of material culture into the complex histories and geopolitical realities of the region. … Continue reading Cairo Mon Amour: a review by Russell Darnley