New Jack Kent Cooke Book Looks Unflattering To Former Redskins Owner

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Be honest, everyone. When you first see this book cover, you immediately assume it is about Dan Snyder. In point of fact, it's actually about Jack Kent Cooke and one executive secretary's experience working for him from 1991 to 1993. The book's Facebook page promises some juicy details.

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A true story based on memoirs kept by Cat Crozier, executive secretary to NFL team owner and "billionaire bully" Jack Kent Cooke, 1991-1993. Take a wild roller coaster ride with Cat as she serves her self-imposed sentence of 2 years as secretary to Jack Kent Cooke, notorious owner of the Washington Redskins. Every day brings new rules, challenges, chaos and moral conflict as Cat struggles to keep Cooke's house, office and life in order. The 80 year old cantankerous, curmudgeonly Cooke regularly subjects Cat to his outrageous behavior and verbal abuse while, in the same breath, he turns on his irresistible charm. Cooke's 30-something wife, "the Bolivian bombshell" is big trouble for everyone. Follow her journey as Cat experiences total euphoria one moment and utter despair the next, all at the whim of Cooke, the master puppeteer.

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The "Bolivian bombshell" referenced apparently has quite the history too. This one promises to be good.

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(HT to Mister Irrelevant).

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