Author Iris Chang Dies at 36

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Iris Chang, the bestselling non-fiction author of the "Rape of Nanking," is discovered dead in a car on the side of California highway, an apparent suicide. Her book described the Japanese atrocities committed in 1937, in what was then the capital of China.

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