Reuven Fenton has been covering murder and scandal for the New York Post since 2007. He has earned national recognition for his exclusive reporting on national stories such as the resignations of political powerhouses Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner, Hurricane Sandy and the devastation it brought on New York and New Jersey, the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and the Boston Marathon bombing. Reuven was inspired to write Stolen Years after covering an unforgettable court hearing in 2013 in which a Brooklyn judge freed David Ranta, a man who'd been wrongfully convicted twenty-two years earlier of murdering a rabbi. The sensational story sparked an investigation into misconduct by both the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office and the lead detective in the case. Reuven is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and lives in New York City with his wife and two sons. Follow him on Twitter at @reuvenfen.
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