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Secrets and Crimes
By Jay Cheshes
Ménage à Chess
A cabinetmaker and would be inventor has spent the last 15 years obsessing over his three-way game. He expects to make millions.
KGB Meets BSO
In the '80s Soviet lawman Emin Gadzhiyev blew the whistle on corrupt colleagues and defected to the United States. Now he's training with the Broward Sheriff's Office. Someone should make a movie about this guy.
Just try writing a book about orchid thieves in South Florida and unwittingly including some errors. Then watch the critics bloom.
Everybody Wants a Piece of Crease
How did a local rock band go from being a hot property to getting into legal hot water? Clue: Money was involved.
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