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Cancer fight will delay Minnesota author Vince Flynn's next book

Minnesota author Vince Flynn is telling fans it may be a while before his next book. Flynn posted a statement on his website saying his next Mitch Rapp thriller, 'Kill Shot,' is being delayed until later this winter while he battles prostate cancer.
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Minnesota author Vince Flynn is telling fans it may be a while before his next book. Flynn posted a statement on his website saying his next Mitch Rapp thriller, 'Kill Shot,' is being delayed until later this winter while he battles prostate cancer.

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