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|John Coyne started in Ethiopia 1962|
|John Coyne, Mickey Feltus, Paul Tsongas|
|Region: Addis Ababa|
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|Michael Banister, Bernard Coughlin, John Coyne, Robert (Bob) Hill, Fred Hoebel, Charles Wood Jewett Jr., Sue Kerver, Bryan McClure, Don McGaughey, Michael O'Brien … further results|
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|Michael Banister, Bernard Coughlin, John Coyne, Mickey Feltus, John Garamendi, Dusty Golobitsh, Robert (Bob) Hill, Fred Hoebel, Charles Wood Jewett Jr., Sue Kerver, Bryan McClure, Don McGaughey, Lew Mermelstein, Karl Moseley, Michael O'Brien … further results|
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|Family Training Center, Walls for Orphans and Vulnerable Children's Center|
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John Coyne (1937- ) is a best-selling author of more than twenty nonfiction and fiction books, including a number of horror novels, while his short stories have been collected in "best of" anthologies such as Modern Masters of Horror and The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. A former Peace Corps Volunteer and a life-long lover of golf, Coyne has edited and written a number of books dealing with both subjects, the most recent of which is his novel The Caddie Who Knew Ben Hogan.
Coyne was born in the mid-western United States; at age twelve he began working as a caddie at Midlothian Country Club near Chicago, Illinois. After graduating from Saint Louis University, he served in the Peace Corps from 1962 to '64, teaching English in a secondary school in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He currently lives in Pelham Manor, New York, with his wife and son, where he works in communications and edits PeaceCorpsWriters.org.