Jonathan Cooper

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Latest from Jonathan Cooper
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Do They Earn Their Keep?
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After Years of Fighting Her Own Demons, Jenny Seagrove Strikes Terror as the Guardian's Evil Nanny
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Novelist Martin Amis Carries on a Family Tradition: Scathing Wit and Supreme Self-Confidence
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Bringing Baby Home
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With No Hope for a Happy Ending, Princess Anne Brings Her Storybook Marriage to a Close
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Queen Mum Turns 89 as Baby Bea Hits the Big One
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Aye, Laddie, No Man Is An Island, but Jack-of-All-Trades Seumas McSporran Comes Close
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The Bee Gees Search for Life After Disco
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A Survivor of the Sheffield Soccer Disaster Struggles to Live with the Memory
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A Crisis Rocks a Royal Marriage
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Promoting His New Book, Nightlife Novelist Jay McInerney Tells London the Story of His Life
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Singing Songs So Sweet You May Miss the Message, Crowded House Sends Hits Up from Down Under
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For Fergie, Mum's the Word
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South African Freedomfest
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In Search of J.D. Salinger, Biographer Ian Hamilton Discovers a Subject Who Didn't Want to Be Found
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Former Ewok Warwick Davis, England's Little Big Man, Takes a Giant Step from Wicket to Willow
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Fleet Street's Leader of the Pack
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The Avalanche Death of a Friend Has Prince Charles Grieving—and England Pondering His Love of Risk
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Newsman Charles Glass Relives His 62 Days of Terror as a Hostage in Beirut
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The Lord of Sark May Not Have Serfs, but His Pigeon Rights Are Heir-Tight
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Princess Anne Clears a New Hurdle: the Steeplechase
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Trying to Fill a Ratings Gap, Hip British Veejay Julie Brown Gives Mtv a Spunky New Sideshow
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Roll Over, Mozart, and Give Vienna the News: Falco's Rock Me Amadeus Is a Novel Hit
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In the Name of Sgt. Kenneth Ford