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  • FILE - In this July 29, 1993 file photo, author Joe McGinniss is shown in New York. McGinniss, the adventurous and news-making author and reporter who skewered the marketing of Richard Nixon in "The Selling of the President 1968" and tracked his personal journey from sympathizer to scourge of convicted killer Jeffrey MacDonald in the blockbuster "Fatal Vision," died Monday, March 10, 2014, at age 71. McGinniss, who announced in 2013 that he had been diagnosed with inoperable prostate cancer, died from complications related to his disease. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, file)

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    'Fatal Vision' author Joe McGinniss dies at age 71

    Joe McGinniss wasn't one to let a story tell itself.

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