Sari Horwitz

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Sari Horwitz is also a Pulitzer-Prize winning member of The Washington Post’s investigation unit. A reporter for The Washington Post for twenty-six years, she has covered crime, homeland security, federal law enforcement, education, and social services. Among her other awards are the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for reporting on the disadvantaged and the Investigative Reporters and Editors Medal. She lives in Washington with her husband and daughter.

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Books by this Author

It was the mystery that gripped the nation during the summer of 2001: the sudden disappearance of Chandra Levy, a young, promising intern, and the possible involvement of Congressman Gary Condit. And then the case went cold. By 2007, satellite trucks and reporters had long since abandoned the story of the congressman and the intern in search of other news, fresh scandals. Across the country, Chandra’s parents tried to resume their daily lives, desperately hoping that someday there might be a...


The Search for Chandra Levy's Killer

It was the story that gripped Washington D.C. in 2001, only to disappear shortly thereafter. 9 Years later journalists Scott Higham and Sari Horwitz unravel the mystery behind Chandra Levy's murder.