Isabel Vincent is an investigative reporter with the New York Post and the author of four books. Previously she worked as a foreign correspondent based in Rio de Janeiro and covered the conflicts that led to the war in Kosovo. Her work has appeared in magazines and newspapers all over the world, including the New Yorker, the New York Times Magazine, L’Officiel and Time. She has won numerous awards for her reporting, including the Canadian Association of Journalist’s Award for Excellence in Investigative Journalism, and
was a journalism fellow at Massey College, University of Toronto.
She is also the author of Gilded Lily: Lily Safra, The Making of One of the World’s Wealthiest Widows, which was banned by a Brazilian court last year; Bodies and Souls: The Tragic Plight of Three Jewish Women Forced into Prostitution in the Americas; Hitler’s Silent Partners: Swiss Banks, Nazi Gold and the Pursuit of Justice; and See No Evil: The Strange Case of Christine Lamont and David Spencer.
Vincent won the National Jewish Book Award in Canada for Bodies and Souls and the Yad Vashem Award for Holocaust History for Hitler’s Silent Partners. She grew up in Toronto and speaks French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Today she lives in New York.