The book A New Book about the Lawless City of E Hanaaw (HarperCollins) contains the most ambitious work on E-HOANAAW yet.
It has been called the “first lawless book.”
It is also the most accurate account of the city to appear in American history.
The book, written by Lawrence E. King, is being released today in paperback.
It is the result of King’s collaboration with the National Review.
“I’m writing this book for E-hanaahans,” King told me in an interview.
“This book is not for everyone, but I’m not going to tell you not to read it.”
King said that he was not afraid of the book’s subject matter, but the fact that he is writing it now was a gift.
King is a veteran of the war on narcotics, having worked in Washington for the Drug Enforcement Administration from 1987 to 1991.
He had been the deputy attorney general under Presidents Clinton and Bush, before being tapped to head the Justice Department’s National Institute on Drug Abuse in 2000.
He was a major force in shaping the war against drug cartels, with his testimony before Congress about how the war was losing its way and how he had been left out of the process.
King said the book is a collection of “some of the most profound and important insights” he has ever had into the history of EHanaan, and how the drug war has created a city “like no other.”
He said E-HAANAAW is an account of a city whose citizens, he said, “have been stripped of their liberties and their basic rights to life, liberty, and property.
They have been deprived of basic freedoms.”
E-haanaaw was built on the edge of the desert in the 1970s as a prison for the inmates of the nearby E-Mara compound.
The city was known as “The Hole” for the holes dug into its walls to hold the bodies of prisoners.
King was in E-mara at the time.
“It was the biggest prison in the world, it was the most dangerous place on earth,” he told me.
“And it was full of criminals.”
King was arrested there for being too close to the prison.
His arrest spurred a long legal battle that ended with his release in 2005.
He is now a professor at Columbia University.
The battle for EHANAAW King is the first book by a writer on EHANAW to appear.
That is partly because it is the only book that has been published that has detailed the city and its residents’ experiences.
E-hoanaaw’s story is not told in a vacuum.
King and his team spent years researching it.
They spent months interviewing residents of EHAANAAH, and he was invited to E-hanah by the city council, where he met with them.
“The story I wanted to tell in the book was not the one about the EHAANAS,” King said.
“That story is already out there.
The EHAANS, I was told, were so corrupt that they had been turned into drug lords.
They were the worst criminals in the entire city.
They ran drug rings out of their homes and took bribes to sell drugs.”
The E-habas also had a very different way of life than the other residents of the prison: “They had their own language, they had their dialect, they were a very poor people,” King explained.
“They didn’t even have a church.
They had a mosque.
They didn’t have any churches in their homes.”
King described a town where the most common conversation would revolve around “drugs, guns, prostitution, gambling, and prostitution.”
EHAAMAS, King said, were “tired of drugs and guns and gambling.
They wanted to change that.”
He described a different type of drug-infested town.
“Ehabas have very strong religious beliefs,” he said.
King described how he met a man named Muhyid, who had spent years living in the same house as King.
Muhyd had been in EHAanaaw for a decade and had started working in the prison as a cleaner.
King knew Muhys experience in prison from previous reporting for National Public Radio.
Mihy was in the process of moving to EHAAMA when he met King.
“He was like a stranger in the jail,” King recalled.
“You didn’t know him, but you saw how he looked and the way he talked and everything.”
Muhyan explained that King had helped him in the past.
“When he was a young man, he used to hang around with us in the Ehabas, and we used to sit on the floor in the middle of the night, and I used to go over