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Kay Danes story 'Nightmare in Laos' will feature in UK's REAL MAGAZINE - July 7, 2006.
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Synopsis: When Australian businessman Kerry Danes was suddenly arrested by the Communist Laos government, his wife Kay gathered her two youngest children and fled towards Thailand, only to be intercepted by the same ruthless and corrupt police. Forced into a nightmare of epic proportions, Kay was wrenched from her children and told she was going to join her husband, she knew not where. It was then that the real nightmare began.

Held hostage in a gulag at the mercy of a paranoid Communist regime, Kay saw unspeakable human rights violations acted out each day in a place where the outside world can't hear the cries for help. She tells of the journey that brought her face to face with the torture, the struggle for survival and the spirit of those who endure the horrors of inhuman imprisonment every day.


REAL MAGAZINE : Published fortnightly by Burda Media and is available for 1 from most bookstores and newsagents in the UK. REAL is unlike any other title in the UK magazine market. It is a magazine that is beautiful to look at yet relevant to women's lives. REAL deals with issues closest to women's hearts and events that could change their lives.

  • Kay Danes Website - http://www.kaydanes.com

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