Scroggins, Deborah 1961-
SCROGGINS, Deborah 1961-
Born November 27, 1961, in Atlanta, GA; daughter of Frank W. (a lawyer) and Gloria B. (a personnel agent) Scroggins; married Colin Campbell, February 20, 1993; children: Anna, Elizabeth. Education: Tulane University, B.A., 1982; Columbia University, M.I.A., 1985.
Agent—Toby Eady, 9 Orme Ct., London W2 4RL, England.
Editor in New York, NY, 1985-87; Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, GA, reporter and editor, 1987-98; writer, 1998—.
Emma's War: An Aid Worker, a Warlord, Radical Islam, and the Politics of Oil; A True Story of Love and death in Sudan, Pantheon Books (New York, NY), 2002.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Booklist, October 15, 2002, Kristine Huntley, review of Emma's War: An Aid Worker, a Warlord, Radical Islam, and the Politics of Oil; A True Story of Love and Death in Sudan, p. 383.
Economist, September 28, 2002, review of Emma's War.
Kirkus Reviews, August 1, 2002, review of Emma's War, p. 1110.
Publishers Weekly, August 12, 2002, review of Emma's War, p. 287.
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