Set mostly in contemporary Cairo and Iraq, as well as Israel,
London, and Hungary, these twelve short stories are a staggering
follow-up to those in the acclaimed collection The Devil Is a
Black Dog by leading Hungarian writer/photojournalist Sándor
Jászberényi. Told from the perspective of Cairo-based European
war correspondent Daniel Marosh, The Most Beautiful Night of
the Soul is, above all, about a journalist examining some of... more...