Dan Ephron was a Newsweek writer for nearly 15 years, serving as National Security correspondent, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief and Jerusalem Bureau Chief. He has followed the Middle East through much of his career and covered many of the region’s major events. His stories have also appeared in the Boston Globe, Esquire, Politico Magazine, The Village Voice and The New Republic. Killing a King is Ephron’s first book. The New York Times listed it as one of the 100 notable books of 2015, describing it as “an electrifying political narrative twinned with an old-fashioned crime story — of the sort that ought to be taught in journalism schools for its restraint, pacing and expert creation of suspense.” Ephron grew up in San Francisco. He lives in New York City with his wife, Nancy Updike, a longtime producer for the public radio show, This American Life.Read more Read less
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