In the national interest: a novel

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Fawcett Crest, 1977 - Fiction - 411 pages
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These 2 broadcast journalists have written a taut thriller about the kidnapping of a diplomat's wife.

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Ted Koppel has been the anchor of Nightline on ABC-TV since March 1980. He has won every major broadcasting award, including 32 Emmys, 6 Peabodys, 9 Overseas Press Club awards, 2 George Polk awards, and 2 Sigma Delta Chi awards. Before Nightline, he was a foreign, domestic, and war correspondent and bureau chief for ABC, and its chief diplomatic correspondent. He is the coauthor of In the National Interest. He lives in Maryland.

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