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Michael Hennessey - author, editor, researcher. He is the longest tenured Sheriff in San Francisco history, serving from 1980-2012.
Richard Dyer - author, editor, researcher. He is the creator/writer of The Giants Cove and annoyingly claims to be a proficient bass player.
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