Alex Perry

Award-winning writer Alex Perry was born in Philadelphia and raised in England. He has been a correspondent for Time and Newsweek and is the author of several nonfiction books including "The Rift" and "Falling Off the Edge." His latest book is "The Good Mothers." His awards include honors from the Society of Publishers in Asia, the Foreign Press Association in London and the Overseas Press Club in New York. In 2007, while covering Zimbabwe's implosion, Perry was held in jail for five days before being convicted of being a "determined and resourceful journalist." He lives with his family in Hampshire, England.

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