Ellen F. Harris

Ellen F. Harris is author of Guarding the Secrets: Palestinian Terrorism and a Father’s Murder of His Too-American Daughter (Scribner, 1995) and Dying to Get Married: The Courtship and Murder of Julia Miller Bulloch (Harper-Collins, 1991). A freelance writer, she teaches journalism at Washington University in St. Louis.

Posts by Ellen F. Harris

Florence Gould’s Toxic Gifts

In her twenties, Florence Gould danced in the Folies Bergere. In her thirties, she dazzled her guests in sequined pajamas designed for her by Coco Chanel. In her forties, during WWII, she served as a collaboration grande horizontale for high-ranking Nazis in Paris. In her fifties, as the war ended, she schemed with them to […]

Raised in Vigilance

Watch Everything explores the career and times of U.S. District Judge Charles A. Shaw as one of three brothers growing up in racially-charged St. Louis, when personal tenacity and collective caution where a way of life.