Kristen Mulvihill

Co-author, 'A Rope and a Prayer'

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Fashion and photography editor, she's also a painter and illustrator; co-author with her husband, David Rohde, of A Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping from Two Sides

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Two months after his marriage to artist-photographer Kristen Mulvihill, New York Times correspondent David Rohde was abducted by the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Two Perspectives on a Reporter's Kidnapping

Two months after his marriage to artist-photographer Kristen Mulvihill, New York Times correspondent David Rohde was abducted by the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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