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García Márquez's novella Chronicle of a Death Foretold (1981), originally begun as a piece of journalism, is based on a historical incident in which a group of brothers vow to murder the man who ruined their sister's honor. García Márquez won the Nobel Prize for Literature for this work.

Max Mermelstein married a Colombian and soon found himself enmeshed in the world's most powerful drug cartels. In Inside the Cocaine Cartel: The Riveting Eyewitness Account of Life inside the Colombian Cartel (1993), Mermelstein, a star witness against Pablo Escobar, recounts his involvement with the cocaine traffickers, including his eventual betrayal of them.

The Art of Fact: A Historical Anthology of Literary Journalism (1998), edited by Kevin Kerrane and Ben Yagoda, collects some sixty selections of literary journalism written by authors from different countries and in different time periods.

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