Tom Parfitt – High Caucasus

by Jeremy Bassetti

Tom Parfitt joins me on the podcast to talk about his book High Caucasus (Headline 2023).

Tom and I have a sober conversation about the 2004 Beslan School Massacre, his reporting in Russia, and his 1,000-mile walk across the Caucasus in southern Russia. I also ask Tom about Ukraine, and his commonly held assumptions or ideas about the people of the Caucasus.

Purchase High Caucasus by Tom Parfitt

Support your local bookstore, or purchase High Caucasus: A Mountain Quest in Russia’s Haunted Hinterland from Amazon.

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Last Updated on 15 November 2023 by Travel Writing World

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