The Pirates of Somalia

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The Pirates of Somalia (titled Deadly Waters in the UK and Australia) is a non-fiction book by Canadian journalist Jay Bahadur about his experiences and observations living among pirates in the autonomous region of Puntland during the recent upsurge in Somali piracy. An advance excerpt appeared in a May 2011 edition of The Guardian.[1] The author was living with his parents writing marketing reports about pet food and napkins when he decided to visit Somalia on his own. Bahadur spent months in the country living with pirates.

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