From The Publisher: Apr. 27, 1992

IN HIS 44 YEARS AS A WRITER, FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT and editor, Roy Rowan has built a reputation for adventurous, penetrating and durable journalism. From his eyewitness report of the fall of Saigon for TIME in 1975 to his expose of the Mafia's top bosses for FORTUNE in 1986 and an extraordinary account in PEOPLE in 1990 of two weeks spent as a homeless wanderer on the streets of Manhattan, his stories have established Roy as a master reporter, one of the few at the very top of the profession who are both unstoppable investigators and caring chroniclers of the human condition....

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