D.B. Cooper, the man who parachuted into the Northwest forests with $200,000, remained the FBI's only unidentified airplane hijacker for decades -- until Portland detective Neil Ferguson investigates a murder and learns there may be more than one D.B. Cooper.
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About the Author
The author of four novels and a dozen nonfiction books, Sullivan grew up in Salem, Oregon. He completed his B.A. degree in English at Cornell University under Alison Lurie, studied linguistics at Germany's Heidelberg University, and earned an M.A. in German at the University of Oregon. His adventure memoir of a 1000-mile hike across Oregon's Wilderness, "Listening for Coyote" was chosen one of Oregon's "100 Books". Information about his books and speaking engagements is at www.oregonhiking.com.