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Deborah Scroggins is the author of Emma's War, which was translated into ten languages and won the Ridenhour Truth-Telling Prize. Scroggins has written for the Sunday Times Magazine, The Nation, Vogue, Granta, and many other publications, and she won two Overseas Press Club awards and a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award as a foreign correspondent for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She divides her time between Barnstable, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C.

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"Scroggins, with her journalistic doggedness, does a remarkable job of reporting and reconstruction, and WANTED WOMEN serves as a valuable contribution to contemporary history, recounting two ways in which a modern woman's identity can be hers for the making-even if the outcome is tragic." -- New York Times Book Review
"Scroggins attempts to give a thorough biographical treatment to two women who remain enigmas, despite their status as public figures. The book alternates between each woman's story, making for riveting suspense. . . . A fascinating story that reflects this polarized era." -- Washington Post
"Gripping and finely textured. . . . By flipping between the two lives, the book cleverly shows how both women were influenced by successive events in history. . . . It does add greatly to the understanding of several interlocking conflicts, some grand and geopolitical and others intimate and personal." -- The Economist
"While the parallels are fascinating, the book's strength is in its clear-eyed yet sympathetic storytelling. Somehow Scroggins manages to convert a mountain of research into a fast-paced, truly gripping pair of stories." -- Boston Globe
"Riveting." -- Marie Claire
"Scroggins' research is wide-ranging and impeccable, and she keeps readers on the edge of their seats with her compelling prose. If we can understand Siddiqui and Ali, then we will have a better chance of understanding the war on terror." -- Booklist (starred review)
"This meticulously researched, skillfully narrated account offers a nuanced look at political Islam and the "war on terror" through the eyes of two women on the front lines." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Wanted Women reads like a mystery as one event unfolds into another. . . . Thought-provoking and thorough, Scroggins's comprehensive book offers a unique perspective on the tensions between Islam and the West as seen through the life stories of two very different and influential women." -- Christian Science Monitor

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