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Peter Ross Range

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DLC: Peter Ross Range, 1 July 2006 [cached]
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Peter Ross RangeEditor, BlueprintPeter Ross Range is the editor of Blueprint, the politics and policy journal of the Democratic Leadership Council.
Range is an award-winning journalist who has covered politics and international affairs for a variety of weekly and monthly magazines.Before taking over Blueprint, he was a White House correspondent and national political correspondent for U.S. News & World Report.Earlier in his career, he covered Southern politics for Time Magazine; he was also Vietnam bureau chief and Berlin/Bonn correspondent for Time.He has written for The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, National Geographic, and dozens of other publications from more than 40 countries.Range speaks fluent German and French.He studied at Universitdt Gvttingen, Columbia University, and The University of North Carolina. border="0">
The grisly murder was committed on ..., 2 July 2013 [cached]
The grisly murder was committed on a pleasant Friday night in upscale Bethesda, Maryland, a leafy suburb of Washington, D.C. In this riveting narrative by veteran journalist Peter Ross Range, the author for the first time brings together the tale of what really happened in the yoga store murder. He portrays the personalities of both victim and murderer, along with the strange and convoluted circumstances of the crime and its cover-up. Range meticulously exposes layer upon layer of deceit and confusion. His account builds the tension of the police investigation until the real story, so odd and creepy, takes your breath away. The drama of the murder trial is a moving emotional roller coaster built around the prosecutors, the detectives and the family of the victim.
Peter Ross Range is a longtime Washington, D.C., magazine writer. A former White House correspondent for U.S. News & World Report and foreign correspondent for Time, Range has covered politics, international affairs and war. He has written for The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic and many other publications.
Author Peter Ross Range has written a superb true crime story about events that happened on March 11, 2011 in an upscale yoga apparel boutique in Bethesda, Maryland, a city not known for violent crimes. It's a brief but thorough look at the facts of the case, including the investigation, trial, and sentencing of the killer.
Peter Ross Range is an experienced and well-known reporter who steps back some paces and distance from the immediacy of the events to share an absorbing perspective and history of time that teaches about the circumstances of this story that few appreciated or knew.
In this strangely well written account that could have appeared in The New Yorker, Range takes you step by step from the discovery of a real life brutal murder in the middle of one of the country's most privileged suburban communities, through the detailed investigation by local detectives, to its surprising conclusion. Throughout, the author captures perfectly the the horror and fear engendered in the coddled elite whose protective bubble has been violated (one is tempted to say a condensed version of America's reaction to 9/11) as well as giving texture to the many lives irreparably damaged by this savage and seemingly senseless assault.
Not one for crime stories, the only reason I read this was I happen to live several blocks from the murder scene and was curious what could be added to the already exhaustive press coverage. I was pleasantly surprised that Range added numerous details that have previously not been made public and seduced by the gripping tale he lets unfold without getting in its way. A stranger than fiction yarn well told. Go figure.
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This is where I met Peter ..., 28 Feb 2013 [cached]
This is where I met Peter Ross Range, the former Saigon Bureau Chief for Time magazine during the closing years of the Viet Nam war, who hired me as a stringer and taught me things I shall never forget.
NDOL: Are the Germans Really Anti-American, or Just Anti-Bush? by Peter Ross Range, 21 Nov 2003 [cached]
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Peter Ross Range, editor of Blueprint, is a former Time Magazine correspondent in Germany.
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