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The day before Halloween 2004 was the last day on Earth for respected, well-liked college professor Fred Jablin. That morning, a neighbor discovered his body lying in a pool of blood in the driveway of Jablin's Virginia home. Police immediately turned their attentions to the victim's ex-wife, Piper, a petite, pretty Texas lawyer who had lost a bitter custody battle and wou The day before Halloween 2004 was the last day on Earth for respected, well-liked college professor Fred Jablin. That morning, a neighbor discovered his body lying in a pool of blood in the driveway of Jablin's Virginia home. Police immediately turned their attentions to the victim's ex-wife, Piper, a petite, pretty Texas lawyer who had lost a bitter custody battle and would do anything to get her kids back. But Piper was in Houston, one thousand miles away, at the time of the slaying and couldn't possibly have been the killer . . . could she? So began an investigation into one of the most bizarre cases Virginia and Texas law enforcement agencies had ever encountered: a twisted conspiracy of lies, rage, paranoia, manipulation, and savage murder that would ensnare an entire family—including two lethally close look-alike sisters—and reveal the shocking depravities possible when a dangerously disordered mind slips into madness.


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The day before Halloween 2004 was the last day on Earth for respected, well-liked college professor Fred Jablin. That morning, a neighbor discovered his body lying in a pool of blood in the driveway of Jablin's Virginia home. Police immediately turned their attentions to the victim's ex-wife, Piper, a petite, pretty Texas lawyer who had lost a bitter custody battle and wou The day before Halloween 2004 was the last day on Earth for respected, well-liked college professor Fred Jablin. That morning, a neighbor discovered his body lying in a pool of blood in the driveway of Jablin's Virginia home. Police immediately turned their attentions to the victim's ex-wife, Piper, a petite, pretty Texas lawyer who had lost a bitter custody battle and would do anything to get her kids back. But Piper was in Houston, one thousand miles away, at the time of the slaying and couldn't possibly have been the killer . . . could she? So began an investigation into one of the most bizarre cases Virginia and Texas law enforcement agencies had ever encountered: a twisted conspiracy of lies, rage, paranoia, manipulation, and savage murder that would ensnare an entire family—including two lethally close look-alike sisters—and reveal the shocking depravities possible when a dangerously disordered mind slips into madness.

30 review for Die, My Love: a True Story of Revenge, Murder, and Two Texas Sisters

  1. 4 out of 5

    ♥ Marlene♥

    This turned out to be a very well written and exiting, if I may say that cause it really happened,story and book. It does not happen a lot that I read a true crime book and can't put it down. Mostly when it happens it happens with the old true crime books and also the out of prints ones. Yes this is not a new tc book but not a very old one so I was pleasantly surprised. When I began and I did not know much about this story, I worried Kathryn Casey would do an Ann Rule, meaning being very biased but This turned out to be a very well written and exiting, if I may say that cause it really happened,story and book. It does not happen a lot that I read a true crime book and can't put it down. Mostly when it happens it happens with the old true crime books and also the out of prints ones. Yes this is not a new tc book but not a very old one so I was pleasantly surprised. When I began and I did not know much about this story, I worried Kathryn Casey would do an Ann Rule, meaning being very biased but thankfully she was not as bad as Mrs Rule has done in her latest books. This is an old fashioned good tc book which I highly recommend. Good writing so you get to know the main players and the victim which is important to me and I must admit to liking the outcome so that helped.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elle's Book Blog

    :: 4.5 Pretty Little Stars :: This is a very well written, clear, and concise true crime read that will leave readers busy for hours. I first bought this book because I saw it was discounted on amazon ($2.99 on kindle) and this is a very rare sale. True crime books are not typically this low in price so I knew I needed to pick it up quick. The second reason I grabbed it is because Kathryn Casey is one of the best true crime writers out there. She dives in depth into the individuals lives; both :: 4.5 Pretty Little Stars :: This is a very well written, clear, and concise true crime read that will leave readers busy for hours. I first bought this book because I saw it was discounted on amazon ($2.99 on kindle) and this is a very rare sale. True crime books are not typically this low in price so I knew I needed to pick it up quick. The second reason I grabbed it is because Kathryn Casey is one of the best true crime writers out there. She dives in depth into the individuals lives; both the victims and the murderers, giving us a clear glimpse into their life story. Readers are not left with questions in regards to their lives and to me, this is extremely important. Knowing this, Casey hit the nail on the head with this book. Everything about it is emotional, disturbing, and riveting. While it is horrible that this man was murdered by his wife in cold blood, readers cannot help but be engrossed in this tragic tale. This particular book is about a man named Fred Jablin. He was a father of three and married to a woman who at first appeared stable, but in the end turned out to be a greedy woman who thought only of herself and money. When the two set out to get a divorce things turned ugly. His wife Piper was acting unstable, doing things that no mother would do, and racking up a ton of debt on his cards. When the courts hear of this and orders a mental evaluation on the two, it is clear who should be in charge of the children full time- Fred. Piper doesn’t like this though and sets out to hurt him in the worst way possible… By murdering him. This is a sensational and tragic story that will leave readers feeling all types of emotions. The heartlessness and selfishness of this woman comes out through the pages and readers can easily paint the picture themselves of who killed Fred. After all, the evidence doesn’t point to anyone else… Or does it? Once again, Kathryn Casey delivers a great true crime read. She doesn’t take sides rather; she displays a picture of the whole story from the moment they met till Fred’s last breath. This is definitely a good one for all fans of true crime and even for those who are curious with this genre.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kace | The Booknerd

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. [image error] As a book addict one of my new year's resolutions is to read all genres and all the the books in my TBR list as much as I can. And Die, My Love: a True Story of Revenge, Murder, and Two Texas Sisters is my first read for this kind of genre. Whenever I read a true books there are three things I look for: (1) The killer's profile such as his/her childhood story/background. (2) The investigation process - how the police/investigators will uncover the truth because it makes m [image error] As a book addict one of my new year's resolutions is to read all genres and all the the books in my TBR list as much as I can. And Die, My Love: a True Story of Revenge, Murder, and Two Texas Sisters is my first read for this kind of genre. Whenever I read a true books there are three things I look for: (1) The killer's profile such as his/her childhood story/background. (2) The investigation process - how the police/investigators will uncover the truth because it makes my mind works and my imagination flies. And (3) The Trial - and this book have exactly what I am looking for! I was engrossed from the first page up to the last and finished this in just one sitting. Kathryn Case's writing is perfect for me; she keeps it totally real and authentic. I could feel the emotion, see the happenings and hear all the people involved as if I was there in a corner, watching this tragedy unfold. I liked how the author started this book from the very beginning of Piper and Fred's tragic love story - from their courting days, to their marriage then to Piper's strange and irrational behavior - to the series of events ended their marriage to the custody battle and eventually to Fred's death where he was gunned down by his estranged wife Piper in the driveway of his home while their (3) children slept in their beds m ere yards away. With the author's extensive research, she was able to give the readers an insight to what really happened during the investigation process where Piper repeatedly and vehemently denied her involvement and gave a very plausible alibi.. but with the brilliant and determined prosecution team, they were able to gathered and compiled an impressive mound of evidence. And the fact that Piper was not really as smart as she thought she was, in her arrogance, she left a paper trail that spanned from Texas to Virginia and back to Texas again. The author was also able to give the readers an insight on how dysfunctional and troubling the relationship between Piper and her her equally troubles sister Tina. I honestly thought at first that it was really Tina who shot Fred since she never hides her contempt and dislike towards him. But as the book progressed, and all the impressive evidence presented, I am absolutely hundred percent that Piper murdered her ex-husband and the father of her three children. And because of her bitterness and selfishness, she robbed her children of not only their father, but the mother as well. Overall, this was a good read and true-crime fans will not be disappointed because of the detailed research and stellar writing of Kathryn Casey.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Flohr

    I loved this book. I highly recommend it. I just kept wanting more and more. Great book Kathryn Casey.

  5. 4 out of 5

    S

    I'd read another book by this author. Clear, concise, and without shoving her opinions in your face, this was an interesting read. I'd read another book by this author. Clear, concise, and without shoving her opinions in your face, this was an interesting read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Woods

    It is so hard to understand the ugliness in a person. How a mother could kill the father of her own children. The kind of hate that you must hold so deep inside.

  7. 5 out of 5

    RJ McGill

    Fans of psychology and true crime will thoroughly enjoy this book. Die My Love tells the story of how one woman’s obsession would lead to murder and the destruction of an entire family. There’s no time to catch your breath in this latest true-crime page turner from Kathryn Casey. With her unique voice style, the author paints a vivid portrait of Piper Rountree…petite, beautiful, attorney and murderer? Although those closest to the family were painfully aware of Piper’s irrational, eradicate behav Fans of psychology and true crime will thoroughly enjoy this book. Die My Love tells the story of how one woman’s obsession would lead to murder and the destruction of an entire family. There’s no time to catch your breath in this latest true-crime page turner from Kathryn Casey. With her unique voice style, the author paints a vivid portrait of Piper Rountree…petite, beautiful, attorney and murderer? Although those closest to the family were painfully aware of Piper’s irrational, eradicate behavior, only her sister Tina truly understood the darkness that had enveloped her every thought. Using her sister’s identification for plane tickets and hotel reservations, Piper flew from Texas to Virginia, where she gunned down her estranged husband in the driveway of his home, as their three children slept in their beds mere yards away. Despite the sister’s best efforts to concoct an air tight alibi and dispose of evidence, it was just a matter of time before justice came calling. Extensive research takes the reader behind the well manicured facade that had been painstakingly constructed to protect the all important image Piper cultivated. With lyrical prose, Casey skillfully traces the Jablin-Rountree story - from their early days to Piper’s strange, irrational behavior, to the series of events that would lead to the destruction of an already flawed marriage. Weaving a complex narrative of a family who, lived in a beautiful home, surrounded by friends and family but lingered in the shadow of dysfunction, Casey reassembles their shattered lives in the years and months before Fred’s death, intimately describing what led this petite, educated, Texas lawyer to murder her ex-husband and the father of her children. Filled with the most complete case facts available, Die My Love offers an unparalleled look at one of the most captivating murder cases in recent years told by one of the most prolific crime writers of our time! I recommend this book to all who enjoy true crime novels, as well as, thriller and mystery lovers! I anxiously await Kathryn Casey’s next novel! Happy Reading! -RJ

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lynda Kelly

    I've seen this author's name crop up from time to time as true crime is my favourite genre to read but this is the first I've read by her. It was very well told, I thought, with none of the jumping around of the timeline you often get in these books. I don't really "get" why some authors do that and don't just tell the story from the beginning and keep it going that way. Spookily, as I finished reading this this afternoon it's the ninth anniversary of the crime itself. Piper's a real piece of work I've seen this author's name crop up from time to time as true crime is my favourite genre to read but this is the first I've read by her. It was very well told, I thought, with none of the jumping around of the timeline you often get in these books. I don't really "get" why some authors do that and don't just tell the story from the beginning and keep it going that way. Spookily, as I finished reading this this afternoon it's the ninth anniversary of the crime itself. Piper's a real piece of work who it seems always got her own way and was never told no often enough in her life. She seemed pretty sure she'd never get caught, it seemed to me, because she was a lawyer and an intelligent woman. A pity she didn't keep up with the current advances in technology... There really seemed no depths she'd not sink to in getting her own way. All credit to the police and their investigators who caught up with her pretty fast although she managed to give them the runaround for a few days longer than should have been allowed due to their hands being tied by the prosecutor's office. This probably filled her with extra confidence that she was going to get away with her crime. I have to applaud the author for using the word poring correctly !! That alone is priceless ! I did come across apostrophe errors and words inserted in odd places in sentences a couple of times, thereby making them nonsensical. Then pedal was spelt peddle-a big ouch !! I did find the description of a person mentioned quite odd as it begins with "A single mom with a long neck"....quite bizarre. I think I'd have titled this book "For The Children" seeing as it was the familiar refrain throughout.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marla

    Fred Jablin, father of three children, was murdered by his ex-wife Piper Roundtree on the day before Halloween 2004. Fred was a well known professor of organizational communications in Virginia. After continual irrational behavior by Piper, which included running up debts, the couples divorced with custody of the children going to Fred. Piper moved back to Texas to practice law but tried to keep contact with the children. However, the anger abd obsession grew that led her to plot to kill her ex- Fred Jablin, father of three children, was murdered by his ex-wife Piper Roundtree on the day before Halloween 2004. Fred was a well known professor of organizational communications in Virginia. After continual irrational behavior by Piper, which included running up debts, the couples divorced with custody of the children going to Fred. Piper moved back to Texas to practice law but tried to keep contact with the children. However, the anger abd obsession grew that led her to plot to kill her ex-husband using any means possible. She uses her sister's identification for plane and hotel reservation then flies from Texas to Virginia, guns down Fred in the driveway of the home as the children sleep inside. She thought it was the perfect murder but after a long investigation the police trip her up. The author states she was seduced by greed, revenge, and evil. A good book for people who like true crime.

  10. 5 out of 5

    William

    A truely disturbing book about the murder of Dr. Fred Jablin who I had the pleasure of meeting at a conference several years ago. The book is riviting, but mostly a very sad tale about ruined lives.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette

    This author did her research and told this non-fiction case occurring in Texas and in Virginia that ended in murder ten years ago, well. By using chronological order and minute event tracking, she captured the progression of this marriage and also the personality of both the husband and the wife to an immense degree. Their core activities, their specific goals, their childhood expectations fulfilled, their high points of success, and their low points of health and difficult commute. You really g This author did her research and told this non-fiction case occurring in Texas and in Virginia that ended in murder ten years ago, well. By using chronological order and minute event tracking, she captured the progression of this marriage and also the personality of both the husband and the wife to an immense degree. Their core activities, their specific goals, their childhood expectations fulfilled, their high points of success, and their low points of health and difficult commute. You really got to know the sisters too. But most of all by knowing exactly where, what, who, when you were there to observe the dichotomy of what both women voiced as their empathetic and helping lifestyles to what those lifestyles actually encompassed as they lived them. After the events of trial, the author interviewed both sisters and that also was extremely interesting in result. The author doesn't "judge" personally within her own observation copy as much as Ann Rule does. Others here put Rule down for that aspect and call it unprofessional. I do not at all. In fact for me it is quite the opposite, identification of behavior should be called what it is and not interpreted with empathy as the victim in murder cases truly has no voice. The book would have been 5 star for me if Casey would have demonstrated by deliberate actions how this murderess exhibited her personality disorder, almost from the get-go, by DSMIV or V exact criteria. Histrionic aspects with the core of Narcissistic Personality Disorder is the reality in this case.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Leigh

    While I'll admit I found the story slow to start with it didn't take long for things to get going. As soon as Piper entered the story it became incredibly difficult to put the story down. After reading several true crime books about women who have committed murder, I have noticed similarities between them, their personalities, their crimes, even the motives for their crimes. Piper and Tina struck me as being twins more than just sisters and that relationship was a bit creepy to be honest. The au While I'll admit I found the story slow to start with it didn't take long for things to get going. As soon as Piper entered the story it became incredibly difficult to put the story down. After reading several true crime books about women who have committed murder, I have noticed similarities between them, their personalities, their crimes, even the motives for their crimes. Piper and Tina struck me as being twins more than just sisters and that relationship was a bit creepy to be honest. The author did a wonderful job of setting up the scene, I like that it started at the very beginning, with their lives before they met, then their relationship, marriage, and eventually the divorce, custody battle leading up to the murder, investigation and trial. I always get annoyed when authors jump around with the time as you never know when or what's happening, but everything was in order, it was an easy read and if I had to put it down it was simple to pick it up and know when I left off. I enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more books by this author.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lee Husemann

    This is another great book by Kathryn Casey. I had seen a couple of programs on the Piper Roundtree case and was fascinated by it. It is such a shame that Piper Roundtree took such a brilliant man and father away from their children in such a cold-blooded manner. For her being a lawyer, and I use the term loosely in her case, she sure did a lot of really stupid things when trying to cover up the crime. Of course, what little lawyer work she did certainly did not amount to much. She really though This is another great book by Kathryn Casey. I had seen a couple of programs on the Piper Roundtree case and was fascinated by it. It is such a shame that Piper Roundtree took such a brilliant man and father away from their children in such a cold-blooded manner. For her being a lawyer, and I use the term loosely in her case, she sure did a lot of really stupid things when trying to cover up the crime. Of course, what little lawyer work she did certainly did not amount to much. She really thought she was so much smarter than law enforcement but that was not the case. Kathryn Casey obviously did an extensive job researching this book and presenting it in this powerful story of love, hate, betrayal, murder and attempted cover up. I highly recommend this gripping book to anyone who loved true crime stories..

  14. 4 out of 5

    Miya

    The title "Die, My Love" makes absolutely no sense, as Piper made it pretty clear she couldn't stand her ex husband. It's such an ill-fitting, sensationalized title. While the writing is decent, unbiased, and well researched (not to mention a quick read), it wasn't exciting or suspenseful at all. This is not a story of two scheming sisters at the center of a compelling murder case, which is heavily implied by the title and synopsis. It's obvious from the beginning who murdered Fred and why. No re The title "Die, My Love" makes absolutely no sense, as Piper made it pretty clear she couldn't stand her ex husband. It's such an ill-fitting, sensationalized title. While the writing is decent, unbiased, and well researched (not to mention a quick read), it wasn't exciting or suspenseful at all. This is not a story of two scheming sisters at the center of a compelling murder case, which is heavily implied by the title and synopsis. It's obvious from the beginning who murdered Fred and why. No real climax or definitive resolution, no "smoking bullet" discovered among the evidence. I feel terrible for the victims in this case, but this murder wasn't really compatible as compelling true crime material.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laren

    A woman's ex-husband is murdered and she is a suspect. But she was halfway across the country at the time. Or was she? Or did she get her sister to kill him for her? This book is a solid reporting of the case, and not one of those sensationalized accounts where the author clearly takes a side from the very start and that bias shows. I would read another true-crime book by this author, but only if the case was interesting. She hasn't joined my "must-read" authors with this book anyway. A woman's ex-husband is murdered and she is a suspect. But she was halfway across the country at the time. Or was she? Or did she get her sister to kill him for her? This book is a solid reporting of the case, and not one of those sensationalized accounts where the author clearly takes a side from the very start and that bias shows. I would read another true-crime book by this author, but only if the case was interesting. She hasn't joined my "must-read" authors with this book anyway.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    This story moved along at an even pace up until the investigational phase of the murder when things really started moving along. I had to actually make myself put the book down and go to sleep. Some books drag with courtroom drama but in this one, there was just enough to keep the story interesting even during that phase.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Easy reading. The author embellished the emotions. Too over dramatic at times. An interesting psychoanalysis of the murderer. You didn't want to put it down because the identity of the murderer was in doubt till the end. Easy reading. The author embellished the emotions. Too over dramatic at times. An interesting psychoanalysis of the murderer. You didn't want to put it down because the identity of the murderer was in doubt till the end.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Dotson

    Bone-chilling, true-crime read, well-told by one of my favorites in this field -- Kathryn Casey. This woman was nuts (not the author).

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jeanine

    Very well researched and written, hard to put down. So sad for the kids.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Barb

    Move over, Ann Rule! Kathryn Casey writes a fantastic true crime journal. I was sorry to see this book end, and intend to read more of her books.

  21. 5 out of 5

    SouthWestZippy

    In 2004 Fred Jablin is found dead and his Ex Piper is one of the prime suspect. Well written and rounded view. You can tell a lot of research went into this very bizarre case.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lenny

    Two sisters, one wackier then the other decides to kill her ex husband.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Haning

    Wow, what a book! Kathryn Casey is the best true crime writer!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Teddie

    Another good true crime book by Katherine Casey. Fred Jablin, a popular college professor, was found shot to death in front of his Virginia home. The spotlight immediately went to Piper Roundtree, his ex-wife who had lost in a bitter custody battle over their three children. But Piper was several states away in her hometown in Texas at the time of the murder. Or was she? This was a well-written true crime story, something to be expected from author Kathryn Casey. She does a great job delving into Another good true crime book by Katherine Casey. Fred Jablin, a popular college professor, was found shot to death in front of his Virginia home. The spotlight immediately went to Piper Roundtree, his ex-wife who had lost in a bitter custody battle over their three children. But Piper was several states away in her hometown in Texas at the time of the murder. Or was she? This was a well-written true crime story, something to be expected from author Kathryn Casey. She does a great job delving into the personalities of both Fred and Piper. Piper's image of herself as a wonderful, nurturing mother was not based in reality. She was self centered and vindictive, and her actions during the divorce and custody hearing made it clear what was in the best interests of the children. After Piper lost custody of the children, and her ex-husband turns up murdered, circumstantial evidence began to pile up against her. But one thing that complicated the investigation was that Piper had a lookalike sister, Tina, who was implicated in the case. Could a jury be sure which sister pulled the trigger? This isn't the best true crime book by Katherine Casey I've ever read, but still a good story. Four stars.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    Excellent true crime novel that deserves a better name than the Lifetime Movie title it was given. It read more like a thriller than a true crime book. Casey managed to make you feel as if you knew Piper and Fred Jablin like they were your next door neighbors. At the same time, she manages to meticulously detail the crime, the ensuing investigation, and finally the trial. Each player in the story is described in great detail, regardless of their role. In a nutshell, Piper and Fred were a divorced Excellent true crime novel that deserves a better name than the Lifetime Movie title it was given. It read more like a thriller than a true crime book. Casey managed to make you feel as if you knew Piper and Fred Jablin like they were your next door neighbors. At the same time, she manages to meticulously detail the crime, the ensuing investigation, and finally the trial. Each player in the story is described in great detail, regardless of their role. In a nutshell, Piper and Fred were a divorced couple with three young children. Acrimonious would be an understatement regarding their split up. After things seemed to calm down between the pair, Fred was found murdered in his driveway while his children slept upstairs.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Parker

    Stretched Way Out This story could have been told in half the pages. I don't suppose the author really needed to be objective. But painting the three characters in this real life drama as angels or devils made me feel like I need to be on guard for being brainwashed. I would have liked a more objective telling...instead of the author drawing conclusions about everybody's motives etc. Stretched Way Out This story could have been told in half the pages. I don't suppose the author really needed to be objective. But painting the three characters in this real life drama as angels or devils made me feel like I need to be on guard for being brainwashed. I would have liked a more objective telling...instead of the author drawing conclusions about everybody's motives etc.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marcy Collins

    This book went into the mind of a mother “who did everything for her children”, which included murdering their father. I was caught up in the investigation that quickly showed the mother did it...and never showed an ounce of remorse. I’m ready to read another of Ms. Casey’s books. Very sad to see what some people are capable of.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    I really enjoy Kathryn Casey's true crime books. They are thoroughly researched and she includes enough background that the reader understands not just what happened but why and how the situation developed. Clearly Ms. Casey has an excellent rapport with law enforcement and justice officials, so she can present development of the case from their perspective. I really enjoy Kathryn Casey's true crime books. They are thoroughly researched and she includes enough background that the reader understands not just what happened but why and how the situation developed. Clearly Ms. Casey has an excellent rapport with law enforcement and justice officials, so she can present development of the case from their perspective.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Crystal Toller

    Murder In Virginia I did not realize this book was about a murder in Virginia until I started reading it. This book was very well researched. The story of this crime was awful to read about. A very sad and upsetting story but would recommend this book. Really enjoyed this book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Denise Meister

    Not Love At All This book gives an excellent account of how one's totally self centered needs and warped sense of love destroyed the lives of so many. Well written, fast paced reading.Anyone who likes reading true crime and exploring the persons who commit the unthinkable would find this book worth reading. Not Love At All This book gives an excellent account of how one's totally self centered needs and warped sense of love destroyed the lives of so many. Well written, fast paced reading.Anyone who likes reading true crime and exploring the persons who commit the unthinkable would find this book worth reading.

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