Detroit by Charlie LeDuff
Detroit: Book summary and reviews of Detroit by Charlie LeDuff
An explosive exposé of Detroit, icon of America's lost prosperity, from Pulitzer Prizewinning journalist Charlie LeDuff
"Starred Review. LeDuff writes with honesty and compassion about a city that's destroying itselfand breaking his heart." - Publishers Weekly
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Charlie LeDuff was a staff writer at The New York Times, a reporter at The Detroit News, and is now a television journalist for Detroit's FOX2 News. He contributed to a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times series and has received a Meyer Berger Award for distinguished writing about New York City. He is the author of US Guys and Work and Other Sins.
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