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Scott-Clark, Cathy 1965-

SCOTT-CLARK, Cathy 1965-

PERSONAL: Born 1965.

ADDRESSES: Agent—Robert Kirby, The Peters Fraser & Dunlop Group, Drury House, 34-43 Russell St., London WC2B 5HA, England.

CAREER: Freelance writer and photographer, documentary film maker, and broadcaster. Sunday Times, London, England, began as education correspondent, became foreign correspondent. Also worked as a libel insurance underwriter.


(With Adrian Levy) The Stone of Heaven: Unearthing the Secret History of Imperial Green Jade, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 2002.

SIDELIGHTS: For more information on Cathy Scott-Clark's works, see Sidelights for Adrian Levy.*

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