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Book Details

Beyond Twilight
A Thriller with Backlash of Policies
Frans Welman
Bibliography : vi, 403pp., Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8188629642
HB ISBN (13) : 9788188629640

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About the Book:

Beyond Twilight is a thriller on a deep
rooted conflict, the Indo-Naga conflict. Without pointing directly at culprits
all participants, either contemporary or those haunting ones from the past play
prominent roles. All have interests in either solving this historically based
but unknown conflict which has taken many lives both on the side of the Nagas
but also on the Indian side, or to perpetuate it. Though Beyond Twilight is
fiction it is firmly rooted in reality. All characters are fictitious but stand
for representatives of interests. Thus, though an assassination ordered and
executed did not take place Beyond Twilight shows that a well planned
intervention could have far reaching consequences, so far reaching the
characters could be near you both in time and space. They are close to you, as
close as your next door neighbor. The plotter plots from next door and aims to
lead the Nagas to be Free. Will he or she be caught in time to prevent this?

About the Author:

Frans Welman is a photojournalist, writer and documentary filmmaker
based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Starting out as a clinical psychologist
with a preference for cross-cultural psychology he used that focus to start a
journey which carried him from Botswana to Brasil via Kenia and the Cameroons to
Venezuela the Gyanas to Indonesia, India, Indochina and West Papua to Peru and
eventually landed on the doorstep of Nagaland. Working in the prominent Dutch
anthropological Royal Tropical Museum, education department,
for quite a few years brought him the conviction
to stand by indigenous peoples' right to self determination, so the people can
achieve self-rule. As a visual artist Frans Welman brings these peoples and
their environments to light as his never-ending journey continues.

Beyond Twilight, by Frans Welman


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