Münster, edition assemblage, 2015

He wasn’t the kind of person to lead a movement – until he had to be.

Since claiming asylum in Germany, Laurence has had to start his life over again. He’s found the formula for survival, or so he thinks, until one day his friend mysteriously disappears. When the body turns up charred beyond recognition, a search for those responsible begins, forcing Laurence to take a closer look at the town he was so ready to call home. Based on the true story of Oury Jalloh.

Amy Evans is an award-winning dramatist whose work explores the impact of borders, memory, and loss on the human spirit. Her plays include Achidi J’s Final Hours (Finborough Theatre), Many Men’s Wife (Tricycle Theatre), and The Champion, an original work inspired by the life of Nina Simone.

Witnessed, Bd. 4*, ISBN 978-3-942885-76-8 | WG 152