Day 6

Charlie LeDuff's Detroit: An American Autopsy

After spending a more than a decade with the New York Times, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Charlie LeDuff returned home to a broken and forlorn city. His passion for Detroit is equaled by his tenacious reporting on the city's continuing collapse, and the impact that has on the people who live there. Riveting reportage meets raw personal memoir as Charlie rifles...
After spending a more than a decade with the New York Times, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Charlie LeDuff returned home to a broken and forlorn city. His passion for Detroit is equaled by his tenacious reporting on the city's continuing collapse, and the impact that has on the people who live there. Riveting reportage meets raw personal memoir as Charlie rifles through the wreckage in his new book, Detroit: An American Autopsy.

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