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Novelist Patricia Cornwell Blames Accountants for High Spending
Patricia Cornwell, a best-selling crime novelist, testified before a jury about her lawsuit against her former accounting firm and financial manager, accusing them of allowing her to lose a sizeable chunk of her fortune.
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