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John Shiffman is a Reuters investigative reporter and has co-authored two New York Times best-sellers.

With colleagues, he is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, and has won the Gerald Loeb Award, the Thurgood Marshall Award, The Hillman Prize, and the Shadid Award for Ethics. Previously, he was a reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Tennessean and The News-Press. 

He has written three books. Hold The Line, co-authored with former D.C. police officer Michael Fanone, was an instant NYT best-seller. Operation Shakespeare traces an undercover U.S. Homeland Security sting against an Iranian arms dealer. Priceless is the memoir of Robert K. Wittman, the founder of the FBI's Art Crime Team. Priceless was a NYT best-seller and published in eleven languages.

Photo: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

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