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Cover Up tells the stories of five extraordinary events, which sent shock waves around the globe. Five of the world’s biggest crime stories that remain as mysterious, enigmatic and compelling as the day they happened. Cover Up takes the reader on a journey of new discovery to reinvestigate each crime, to examine in detail the forensic clues and information that was overloo Cover Up tells the stories of five extraordinary events, which sent shock waves around the globe. Five of the world’s biggest crime stories that remain as mysterious, enigmatic and compelling as the day they happened. Cover Up takes the reader on a journey of new discovery to reinvestigate each crime, to examine in detail the forensic clues and information that was overlooked as well as to uncover new evidence. Secrets of the Alma Tunnel: we ask and answer the questions about the death of Princess Diana. How rigorous were the two official crash investigations by French and British Police and the forensic examination of the body of Henri Paul who was made the scapegoat for the crash? Was the body of the Princess embalmed illegally? What glaring clues were overlooked or ignored? We will uncover compelling new evidence that will contradict the official findings on the cause of the crash and reveal the double life of Henri Paul. A Poison Chalice: He was elected the spiritual leader of the world’s 1 billion Catholics but he was only in the job for 33 days. Conspiracy theorists say Pope John Paul I was murdered to prevent disclosure of Vatican involvement in the Mafia, the Freemasons and the biggest financial scandal in Italian history. But what evidence, if any, exists to show that a crime was committed? Was there a Vatican cover up and a deliberate campaign of misinformation? We put the controversial conclusions of two best selling authors on the death of the Pope to the test and discover important evidence that was overlooked. Crime on Capitol Hill: He was a Democrat Congressman and the United States Commerce Secretary. He was also one of President Bill Clinton’s right hand men. But Ron Brown was also a man under extraordinary pressure. Facing the prospect of jail for his involvement in one of the most corrupt political campaigns in modern American history, Ron Brown was about to blow the whistle and bring down the White House with him. But he never got the chance. The official finding is that he was killed in a plane crash in Croatia but there is compelling evidence to show that Ron Brown was murdered. Fallen Arrow: The 101st Airborne, the Screaming Eagles, is one of the most famous and decorated units in the American military. It’s December 1985 and two hundred and fifty-six of its members are going home from the Middle East to spend Christmas with their families. But they only get as far as a refuelling stop in Gander Canada. The Arrow Air chartered jet crashes on take off with no survivors. It was the worst aviation disaster in US military history but what was the cause? Was it ice on the wings or a terrorist bomb? The crash investigation was so controversial it led to the disintegration of the Canadian Aviation Safety Board. We uncover new evidence that will send this investigation in a completely new direction. Preparing for the Apocalypse: it was an assassination that plunged Rwanda into one of the worst genocides in history. It has taken 19 years to confirm exactly how President Habyarimana was murdered. But who was responsible? And how was it planned? Was this terrible crime aided and abetted by one of the superpowers of Europe?


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Cover Up tells the stories of five extraordinary events, which sent shock waves around the globe. Five of the world’s biggest crime stories that remain as mysterious, enigmatic and compelling as the day they happened. Cover Up takes the reader on a journey of new discovery to reinvestigate each crime, to examine in detail the forensic clues and information that was overloo Cover Up tells the stories of five extraordinary events, which sent shock waves around the globe. Five of the world’s biggest crime stories that remain as mysterious, enigmatic and compelling as the day they happened. Cover Up takes the reader on a journey of new discovery to reinvestigate each crime, to examine in detail the forensic clues and information that was overlooked as well as to uncover new evidence. Secrets of the Alma Tunnel: we ask and answer the questions about the death of Princess Diana. How rigorous were the two official crash investigations by French and British Police and the forensic examination of the body of Henri Paul who was made the scapegoat for the crash? Was the body of the Princess embalmed illegally? What glaring clues were overlooked or ignored? We will uncover compelling new evidence that will contradict the official findings on the cause of the crash and reveal the double life of Henri Paul. A Poison Chalice: He was elected the spiritual leader of the world’s 1 billion Catholics but he was only in the job for 33 days. Conspiracy theorists say Pope John Paul I was murdered to prevent disclosure of Vatican involvement in the Mafia, the Freemasons and the biggest financial scandal in Italian history. But what evidence, if any, exists to show that a crime was committed? Was there a Vatican cover up and a deliberate campaign of misinformation? We put the controversial conclusions of two best selling authors on the death of the Pope to the test and discover important evidence that was overlooked. Crime on Capitol Hill: He was a Democrat Congressman and the United States Commerce Secretary. He was also one of President Bill Clinton’s right hand men. But Ron Brown was also a man under extraordinary pressure. Facing the prospect of jail for his involvement in one of the most corrupt political campaigns in modern American history, Ron Brown was about to blow the whistle and bring down the White House with him. But he never got the chance. The official finding is that he was killed in a plane crash in Croatia but there is compelling evidence to show that Ron Brown was murdered. Fallen Arrow: The 101st Airborne, the Screaming Eagles, is one of the most famous and decorated units in the American military. It’s December 1985 and two hundred and fifty-six of its members are going home from the Middle East to spend Christmas with their families. But they only get as far as a refuelling stop in Gander Canada. The Arrow Air chartered jet crashes on take off with no survivors. It was the worst aviation disaster in US military history but what was the cause? Was it ice on the wings or a terrorist bomb? The crash investigation was so controversial it led to the disintegration of the Canadian Aviation Safety Board. We uncover new evidence that will send this investigation in a completely new direction. Preparing for the Apocalypse: it was an assassination that plunged Rwanda into one of the worst genocides in history. It has taken 19 years to confirm exactly how President Habyarimana was murdered. But who was responsible? And how was it planned? Was this terrible crime aided and abetted by one of the superpowers of Europe?

46 review for Cover Up

  1. 4 out of 5

    Valery

    Cover Up by Damien Comerford tackles some of the most challenging and unsolved news stories of the past 30 years. From the crash that killed Princess Diana to Pope John Paul 1, this book explores all of the data and facts that may have been overlooked when solving these mysteries. The author writes in clear and concise language thanks to his background in newspaper reporting, and presents the evidence in an unbiased manner. This is a compelling book that allows the facts to present themselves, i Cover Up by Damien Comerford tackles some of the most challenging and unsolved news stories of the past 30 years. From the crash that killed Princess Diana to Pope John Paul 1, this book explores all of the data and facts that may have been overlooked when solving these mysteries. The author writes in clear and concise language thanks to his background in newspaper reporting, and presents the evidence in an unbiased manner. This is a compelling book that allows the facts to present themselves, it's up to reader to decide if the material contained here is credible or not. An engaging narrative that allows a deep second look that will interest not only conspiracy theorists but others who always view the news with a bit of skepticism. Highly recommend for an interesting book about modern history.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy Jefferson

    A very interesting look at some major events from the last 30 years This is a very well written book about several cover up events of the last 30 years. The author does a great job of presenting an unbiased presentation of the evidence for the reader to evaluate and decide what they think happened. Easy to follow and a concise smooth presentation. From princess Diana to Pope John Paul 1. This is a great way to discover the facts and make a decision for yourself as to what you think happened. Grea A very interesting look at some major events from the last 30 years This is a very well written book about several cover up events of the last 30 years. The author does a great job of presenting an unbiased presentation of the evidence for the reader to evaluate and decide what they think happened. Easy to follow and a concise smooth presentation. From princess Diana to Pope John Paul 1. This is a great way to discover the facts and make a decision for yourself as to what you think happened. Great read and this one is a recommendation to all those who like to figure out what really happened.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Grady

    `The only debt we owe the dead is the truth.' Facts stranger then fiction. Journalist/Author Damien Comerford has devoted over thirty years of his life to journalism and television production. From his introduction to this exceptionally important book he states `As an investigative journalist, I'd been involved in uncovering new information about other seminal events in history like the bombing of the Greenpeace protest ship, the Rainbow Warrior, in Auckland Harbour. I am proud of the fact that w `The only debt we owe the dead is the truth.' Facts stranger then fiction. Journalist/Author Damien Comerford has devoted over thirty years of his life to journalism and television production. From his introduction to this exceptionally important book he states `As an investigative journalist, I'd been involved in uncovering new information about other seminal events in history like the bombing of the Greenpeace protest ship, the Rainbow Warrior, in Auckland Harbour. I am proud of the fact that when I was the Executive Producer of a Primetime long format Current Affairs television show in New Zealand, we managed to track down and confront the French secret service agent who placed the bomb on the hull of the yacht, which killed photographer Fernando Pereira. He and the Greenpeace crew were preparing to embark on a peaceful, protest voyage to the French nuclear testing site in Mururoa Atoll in the Pacific. The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior was an act of State sponsored terrorism by the French Government.' He began his career as a reporter on the Age newspaper in Melbourne in 1978 and has been honored with industry awards for excellence in journalism, media and television production, as well as current affairs programming. The nidus for this book dates back to 2009 when he was compelled to bring to the attention of the world the buried secrets behind some of the most significant crime stories from around the world. ` All of these stories possessed a sense of injustice so strong, it was like a distress beacon perpetually sending its signal in the hope that some day, someone, might hear and do something. All of these stories life-changing events at the time they happened. Significant stories, missing one vital ingredient: the complete truth. They were stories that shared something very much in common. A disaster closely followed by a pathetically, inadequate official investigation.' After meticulous research into all aspects of the five crimes that drew his focus he presents each of these situations with the sense of thrill of a major crime movie - only what he shares is the result of his passion for uncovering the truth hidden from our eyes an ears until now. His mission: deliver the truth long buried and in doing so honor the victims of the improperly investigated tragedies. `What is troubling for me, and should be for you, is that we all now live in an era of press handouts and spin doctoring. Investigative reporting in newspapers has almost disappeared.' The five cases he discusses are `The Secrets of the Alma Tunnel' - the death of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed (the French Inquiry and British Investigation dissected and the facts and images revealed); `A Poison Chalice' - the 1978 death of Pope John Paul I (His death is a complete mystery and sadly that mystery has everything to do with the Vatican. Deliberate lies were told and this with an absolute church refusal to allow a post mortem on the dead Pope created one hell of a suspicious death); `Crime on Capitol Hill" - the death of US Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown in a very strange place crash of a CT-43A in 1996); `Fallen Arrow' - the 1985 `loss' of the 101st Airbourne; and Preparing for The Apocalypse' - the 1994 assassination of President Habyarimana of Rwanda while aboard the Falcon 50 jet and the cover up of the true facts. Comerford writes with clarity and with the polished eye and ear of a master journalist. To share the details of each of these stories would deprive the reader form the brilliant manner in which Comerford unravels the details, the fact, and the way in which the truth was covered. It is not only an important document, it is a fascinating read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    J. Calvin

    An articulate, principled work on five mysterious world crimes in an era of press handouts and news curation. The authorities wish for whistle-blowers to become an extinct species, while the world has a responsibility to expose the heinous crimes committed by those in positions of power—let the whistle-blowing begin with Cover Up. Overall winner at the Qantas Media Awards, investigative journalist Damien Comerford has released Cover Up, which sheds light on five select dark, mysterious, and most An articulate, principled work on five mysterious world crimes in an era of press handouts and news curation. The authorities wish for whistle-blowers to become an extinct species, while the world has a responsibility to expose the heinous crimes committed by those in positions of power—let the whistle-blowing begin with Cover Up. Overall winner at the Qantas Media Awards, investigative journalist Damien Comerford has released Cover Up, which sheds light on five select dark, mysterious, and most-compelling world crimes. All remain mysterious and unsolved, however, the author’s writing points to some interesting conclusions; and not in an average conspiracy theorist way. Secrets of the Alma Tunnel questions the death of Princess Diana and the rigidity of the investigations by French and British Police. A Poison Chalice magnifies evidence that was overlooked after the murder of Pope John Paul I, which possibly prevented the disclosure of Vatican involvement in the Mafia. Crime on Capitol Hill suggests that political whistle-blowers have, in a sense, an unrealized death wish. Like many others, Ron Brown was about to blow the whistle on a shady political act before he was permanently silenced. Fallen Arrow asks a question so controversial that it takes the investigation of the 101st Airborne, the Screaming Eagles, in an entirely new direction. And finally, Preparing for the Apocalypse makes it clear that the terrible crime of President Habyarimana’s murder, which also led to one of the worst genocides in history, may have been the result of a European superpower. Comerford’s work is highly provocative, intellectually rigorous, and filled with mysterious insights. Each story is given an in depth analysis and unbiased evidence with a compelling argument. His admirable quest to bring investigative journalism to life in an “era of press handouts and spin doctoring” is realized within the pages of Cover Up. A political work you likely won’t find on the shelf of your local bookstore; an absolutely brilliant, must-read!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair review. I was interested in this book because I wanted to read another viewpoint on the 1985 101st Airborne Division crash in Gander, Newfoundland. I have been to the crash site, and like many others who have visited the site, have wondered how a crash caused by ice on the wings could be so devastating. Comerford's book, Cover Up, leaves the reader with more questions than answers, but then that is the point. He looks at a number of high I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair review. I was interested in this book because I wanted to read another viewpoint on the 1985 101st Airborne Division crash in Gander, Newfoundland. I have been to the crash site, and like many others who have visited the site, have wondered how a crash caused by ice on the wings could be so devastating. Comerford's book, Cover Up, leaves the reader with more questions than answers, but then that is the point. He looks at a number of high profile deaths and their less than satisfactory investigations and official results. The most interesting of these tragedies to readers will most likely be that of the death of Princess Diana in the Alma Tunnel. In each case, Comerford looks at the tragedy, the circumstances surrounding it (sometimes going back months or year to try to uncover the whole story) and what parties may have benefited from the deaths that occurred. This is the case for each story, except for that of the 101st Airborne Division, the 256 deaths from that crash were not targeted in the same way. I learned a lot about a few different world events and now realized that my knowledge was lacking in each area. The author makes the text accessible, and tries to explain detailed financial, political and religious intrigue in such a way that even if you did not know anything about the incident (as with myself and knowing about Ron Brown and his death), Comerford guides you through and tries to explain everything clearly, or as clearly as conspiracies will allow. The author does question the reader on multiple occasions throughout the book, but yet does not strongly guide the reader to a conclusion. Readers are left to wonder what happened, and at no point receive satisfactory answers about what happened in each of these cases. Perhaps they never will.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joawmeens

    I enjoy a good conspiracy theory now and again, but you hear so many of them being thrown around, and so many “theories and speculations” thrown around like they are facts, sometimes it is nice to actually read something that dives into these subjects, and gives you the truth. This book investigates investigations of terrible events, that leave much to be desired. There are five total, but the one that drew me in to reading this book was the investigation of the death of Princess Diana. it descri I enjoy a good conspiracy theory now and again, but you hear so many of them being thrown around, and so many “theories and speculations” thrown around like they are facts, sometimes it is nice to actually read something that dives into these subjects, and gives you the truth. This book investigates investigations of terrible events, that leave much to be desired. There are five total, but the one that drew me in to reading this book was the investigation of the death of Princess Diana. it describes the investigation that happened, but then dives into the missteps, missed leads and ignored witnesses, and writing things off as coincidence that are too perfect to actually be coincidence. The author looks into each case, and provides the reader with a look into how things played out, and how they should have played out. The author is an investigative journalist, and he is on top form in this book. It is fascinating to be able to see the entire picture, in such tragic and mysterious deaths. I actually had only heard of 1 of the 5 stories before (Princess Diana), but I ended up enjoying them all the same. I love mystery novels with twists and turns, but to read something like this, that is based on true facts, is at the same time highly entertaining, and mildly disturbing. The fact that these types of things have been covered up is genuinely alarming, and it paints a fairly unflattering picture of everyone involved. I picked it up for the Princess Diana section alone, but I definitely recommend you check it out for all of the cases covered.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    Damien Comerford is a journalist who decided to use his experience to write a book. Cover Up investigates five major tragedies from the twentieth century: the assassination of Rwandan President Habyarimana, the death of Ron Brown, the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, the death of Pope John Paul I, and the loss of the 101st Airborne. Comerford uses his extensive journalism experience to research the stories and really bring to light some of the lesser known and more interesting facts f Damien Comerford is a journalist who decided to use his experience to write a book. Cover Up investigates five major tragedies from the twentieth century: the assassination of Rwandan President Habyarimana, the death of Ron Brown, the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, the death of Pope John Paul I, and the loss of the 101st Airborne. Comerford uses his extensive journalism experience to research the stories and really bring to light some of the lesser known and more interesting facts from each event. His research shows how the investigations that took place may not have been as detailed as the general public was lead to believe. Comerford does a great job of integrating information straight from his sources with his interpretation of the events as well as others perspectives. He was able to show how some of the conspiracy theories may have some merit. If you are a lover of recent history and or a lover of a good conspiracy theory then you will probably enjoy this book. You might also be interested if you have an interest in Princess Diana’s death, or the deaths of Pope John Paul I, Ron Brown, or Rwandan President Habyarimana.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robin Perron

    Cover Up is a non-fiction book that focuses on reporting interesting facts that he found while investigating the deaths of Pope John Paul I, Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed and US Politician Ron Brown, as well as the assassination of Rwandan President Habyarimana, and the loss of the 101st Airborne. It is written by journalist Damien Comerford after 25+ years of journalist experience. The most interesting part about this book is that Comerford was able to find some of the lesser known facts about Cover Up is a non-fiction book that focuses on reporting interesting facts that he found while investigating the deaths of Pope John Paul I, Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed and US Politician Ron Brown, as well as the assassination of Rwandan President Habyarimana, and the loss of the 101st Airborne. It is written by journalist Damien Comerford after 25+ years of journalist experience. The most interesting part about this book is that Comerford was able to find some of the lesser known facts about Pope John Paul I death as well as some unknown information about the death of Princess Diana. Comerford was able to integrate information about each case from multiple sources in a way that was both interesting and easy to understand. The fact his book showed that each cases official reports were not credible made it an even more interesting read. Anyone who likes conspiracy theories and history will enjoy this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Valarie Washington

    Detailed, Intriguing and Interesting! The title alone is intriguing, but the book is well written and backed with research. What better way to put journalism talent to work than to write an investigative book about five real life major tragedies; one of which is the death of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed. Comerford uses his journalism experience to help readers understand more about what happened and more about what was not shared with the general public. He gives different perspectives on these Detailed, Intriguing and Interesting! The title alone is intriguing, but the book is well written and backed with research. What better way to put journalism talent to work than to write an investigative book about five real life major tragedies; one of which is the death of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed. Comerford uses his journalism experience to help readers understand more about what happened and more about what was not shared with the general public. He gives different perspectives on these real life tragedies and addresses some questions about how there may be some truth to some of the beliefs people have had with regard to why these events might have happened. I have always had an interest in Princess Diana’s death and I was captivated by the integral details provided. I enjoyed it so much that it was hard to put this book down. You will enjoy this book if you are enamored with details about conspiracy theories.

  10. 5 out of 5

    John F

    Fact is indeed stranger than fiction as proved once again by Author Damien Comerford whose expertly written book has brought back attention to five of the most intriguing and tragic events in recent times. ‘Cover Up’ recreates, investigates and analyses each incident in an attempt to uncover the truth which seems to have been buried under official statements and the nexus between the authorities and the press. Comerford makes strong arguments against, what he perceives as, deliberate lies and sp Fact is indeed stranger than fiction as proved once again by Author Damien Comerford whose expertly written book has brought back attention to five of the most intriguing and tragic events in recent times. ‘Cover Up’ recreates, investigates and analyses each incident in an attempt to uncover the truth which seems to have been buried under official statements and the nexus between the authorities and the press. Comerford makes strong arguments against, what he perceives as, deliberate lies and spin doctoring. The book points out the irregularities during the investigations. The author also brings to light some missing facts and forces the reader to dwell on several things: most importantly on how much truth do the investigators and media tell the general public and whether the authorities are corrupt or just plain incompetent? A must read for lovers of conspiracy theories.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Wandering Mind

    The bungled up investigations of five tragic real-life events in contemporary times form the basis of author Damien Comerford’s aptly titled book ‘Cover Up’. The book throws light on some really interesting aspects of each tragedy - the road accident which killed Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, the death of Pope John Paul I, the death of US politician Ron Brown, the loss of the 101st Airborne, and the assassination of Rwandan President Habyarimana - and points out how the investigations were n The bungled up investigations of five tragic real-life events in contemporary times form the basis of author Damien Comerford’s aptly titled book ‘Cover Up’. The book throws light on some really interesting aspects of each tragedy - the road accident which killed Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, the death of Pope John Paul I, the death of US politician Ron Brown, the loss of the 101st Airborne, and the assassination of Rwandan President Habyarimana - and points out how the investigations were nothing but botched exercises where the authorities achieved nothing. The author, who seems to have done extensive research, exposes the areas in which the investigators went wrong by either overlooking forensic evidence or ignoring eyewitness accounts. The writing is clear and concise and raises several questions that have gone unanswered for years. A compelling read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rosalie Richards

    YOU WILL NEVER LOOK AT MAJOR NEWS STORIES THE SAME! Cover Up was not what I expected. It sounded like a great title for a mystery thriller, and instead it presented detailed information by an investigative journalist about 5 botched investigations, investigations into 5 of the most talked about deaths in our time, including Princess Di’s death and the death of Pope John Paul I. Though it is non-fiction, it reads like a mystery thriller, along the lines of Truman Capote’s investigative journalist YOU WILL NEVER LOOK AT MAJOR NEWS STORIES THE SAME! Cover Up was not what I expected. It sounded like a great title for a mystery thriller, and instead it presented detailed information by an investigative journalist about 5 botched investigations, investigations into 5 of the most talked about deaths in our time, including Princess Di’s death and the death of Pope John Paul I. Though it is non-fiction, it reads like a mystery thriller, along the lines of Truman Capote’s investigative journalistic style. I do not have the expertise to assess the final conclusion of the author, but I will never again look at these deaths in the same light. He has opened the door, for me, of questioning that will never close. Great read!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Phillip

    This is a very well written, investigative book. It covers some of the most perplexing cases of the twentieth century. The author, Damien Comerford, made some strong arguments from his point of view. With each case he gives the known facts and then runs over them with a fine comb, pointing out irregularities and missing facts. The author also used lots of questions to analyze the cases. While I was reading this I couldn’t help but think in some of the cases, was there a cover up or were the inve This is a very well written, investigative book. It covers some of the most perplexing cases of the twentieth century. The author, Damien Comerford, made some strong arguments from his point of view. With each case he gives the known facts and then runs over them with a fine comb, pointing out irregularities and missing facts. The author also used lots of questions to analyze the cases. While I was reading this I couldn’t help but think in some of the cases, was there a cover up or were the investigators just that inept? For me, it was a very educational and thought provoking read, also very enjoyable. Definitely worth my time.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sierra

    This book had me thinking I was watching the History channel! I love to read this sort of book. I like to feel intrigued with what I am reading and this book did the trick! Some of these stories I had heard about, but some I didn't and was very interested in learning more. Extremely well written and backed with extensive research. Anyone who likes conspiracy theories and history will enjoy this book. This book had me thinking I was watching the History channel! I love to read this sort of book. I like to feel intrigued with what I am reading and this book did the trick! Some of these stories I had heard about, but some I didn't and was very interested in learning more. Extremely well written and backed with extensive research. Anyone who likes conspiracy theories and history will enjoy this book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Bearss

    Cover Up by Damien Comerford was a very good book about two young teenagers who got the chance to report on the biggest sports events in the U.S. So they both got on a TV show and things take a turn for the better of the one teen and not so much for the other. I would recommend this book to people who like a mystery and sports but you don't have to like both or a little romance but it doesn't have a lot. Cover Up by Damien Comerford was a very good book about two young teenagers who got the chance to report on the biggest sports events in the U.S. So they both got on a TV show and things take a turn for the better of the one teen and not so much for the other. I would recommend this book to people who like a mystery and sports but you don't have to like both or a little romance but it doesn't have a lot.

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