David Freed

David Freed

David Freed is a contributing editor at Air & Space Smithsonian magazine, a creative writing instructor at Harvard Extension School, and a special assistant professor of journalism at Colorado State University, as well as an instrument-rated pilot, screenwriter, and novelist. He's also worked for the U.S. intelligence community. A former award-winning investigative journalist for The Los Angeles Times, David reported from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq during Operation Desert Storm. He was an individual finalist for the Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for Public Service and later shared in a Pulitzer for the Times' coverage of the 1992 Rodney King riots. His 8,600-word exposé in The Atlantic, detailing how the FBI pursued the wrong suspect in a string of anthrax murders following 9/11, was honored in 2011 as a finalist in Feature Writing by the American Society of Magazine Editors. "The Kill Circle" is the sixth installment in his critically acclaimed Cordell Logan mystery series.
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