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Denise Hamilton is a Los Angeles based writer-journalist whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles TImes, Wired, Cosmopolitan, Der Spiegel, and New Times. As a suburban reporter with the Times, she was the first to draw widespread attention to the phenomenon of "parachute kids." During her ten years with the Times, she also covered the collapse of communism in Easter Europe, the breakup of the Soviet Union, and burgeoning youth movements in Japan. A Fulbright scholar, she taught in former Yugoslavia during the Bosnian War. She lives in Los Angeles suburb with her husband and two young children. The Jasmine Trade is her first novel.