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AuthorJack D. Hunter
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Published11/01/1995
Long DescriptionDiscovering that his father has been shot, Florida reporter Matt ""Coop"" Cooper teams up with fellow journalist Tina Mennen in an investigation that links his father's murder to the assassinations of several prominent politicians.
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