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How does best-selling author Joseph Finder get out from behind his desk and into the world of an unhinged vigilante gunslinger? He pulls the trigger.

Joseph Finder
By Jake Halpern
May 14, 2006

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Joseph Finder is someone who, by his own admission, enjoys reading Jane Austen and listening to Bach sonatas in his free time. At age 47, he has written seven novels, including the bestseller High Crimes. Yet from time to time, he departs his beautifully appointed apartment on Commonwealth Avenue and visits the Boston Gun and Rifle Association to blast away ... (Full article: 1003 words)

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