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Morris "Mike" Cohen

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First Lieutenant Morris “Mike” Cohen, USA (ret.) was a led an engineer platoon during World War Two.  For his service, he was award a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star with one Oak Leaf Cluster.  After the war, he entered the textile industry, retiring in 1977.  He is the author of The Bright Young Man and Killer of Presidents.


The MOAA said of Killer of Presidents, “When a division president of a giant textile corporation is found murdered, Matt Harris, smeared head to toe with the dead man’s blood, is the obvious suspect. When a new president is appointed and he, too, is murdered, circumstances again nail Matt Harris. Shunned now by former friends, gawked at by former strangers, Matt adds these new indignities to carryovers from before: lacking a proper Upper Westchester pedigree, Matt was always, in the eyes of the parents of Peg DeWitt, a less than ideal suitor for their daughter. Now, with his burgeoning status as an unindicted assassin, well, is this a guy you’d want for a son-in-law? Here is a swiftly moving story with characters whose company you will enjoy, suspenseful sequences that will surprise you again and again with bust-out-loud laughter–a book you will want to read again.”

Killer of Presidents
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The bright young man
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