Lisa Barr

The Independent Book Publishers Association's IPPY gold medal for Literary Fiction 2014 went to author Lisa Barr's award-winning debut novel FUGITIVE COLORS, a thrilling tale of stolen art, love, desire, and revenge on the brink of WWII. In addition, Hollywood producer Arthur Sarkissian (Rush Hour trilogy, While You Were Sleeping) has optioned FUGITIVE COLORS for a film. Lisa worked as an editor for The Jerusalem Post for five years, covering Middle East politics, lifestyle, and terrorism in Jerusalem. She has been a journalist for more than 20 years. Lisa covered the iconic handshake between the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, the late PLO leader Yasser Arafat, and President Bill Clinton in the White House, which was one of the highlights of her career. Following Prime Minister Rabin's assassination, Lisa featured his wife Leah for Vogue magazine, and the two remained friends until Mrs.

Rabin's assassination. She later worked as the managing editor of Moment Read More chevron_right

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