James Fox (journalist)
|Born||1945 (age 73–74)|
Life and career
Fox was born in Washington, D.C., U.S. and worked as a journalist in Africa as well as reporting for London's Sunday Times. His first book White Mischief is an account of the Happy Valley murder case in Kenya in 1941. He researched the book with Cyril Connolly in 1969 and it was later adapted into a film by Michael Radford in the 1980s. Fox's other works include The Langhorne Sisters also known as Five Sisters: The Langhornes of Virginia. He is married to the fashion designer Bella Freud.
- Fox, James (1982). White mischief. London: Cape.
Essays and reporting
- Fox, James (Dec 2012). "The riddle of Kate Moss". Cover Story. Vanity Fair. 628. Retrieved 2015-10-02.
- Kakutani, Michiko (2010-10-25). "'Life,' Keith Richards's Memoir". The New York Times.
- Fusilli, Jim (2010-10-27). "Keith Richards, With No Ax to Grind | Cultural Conversation by Jim Fusilli". WSJ.com. Retrieved 2011-03-12.
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