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Faced with lukewarm retailer interest, some writers have discovered what's in a name

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / August 16, 2006

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Paul Garrison is tired. The man of the sea, with a permanent squint from scanning a thousand horizons, is tired of the games, the disguises, the elaborate cover stories. He's through with deceiving friends, colleagues, and clients. After years in the shadows, he is throwing off his mask and revealing his true identity. (Full article: 1931 words)

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