A new anonymous e-book that looks like it was penned by the same person (persons?) who published the e-book taking shots at the Broward Sheriff's Office last month.
There's no way to tell how many people have actually purchased the e-book; we can safely say the answer is at least one. In any case, it's billed as a "#1 South Florida political best seller." With Ritter up for reelection this year, she's probably hoping it doesn't become one.
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