While the City Slept
A Love Lost to Violence and A Young Man's Descent Into MadnesseBook - 2016
From Library Staff
Local reporter Sanders won a Pulitzer Prize for his gripping and compassionate account of a murder in Seattle that forever altered three lives. His analysis highlights the perilous state of mental health care in America.
Nonfiction finalist. A Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter’s gripping account of one young man’s path to murder—and a wake-up call for mental health care in America. Seattle author.
Finalist for Best Fact Crime. Washington state author!
Book Bingo Square: Local author. "Eli Sanders is the Associate Editor of local weekly The Stranger. He won a Pulitzer Prize for 'Feature Writing' in 2012 for his reporting on the murder of a local Seattle woman. This book is an excellent culmination of that work."