THEY MADE FOR AN UNUSUAL trio: two men -- one 60 years old and the other a dozen years his senior -- and a young woman, barely more than a teenager, whose stunning features and thousand-watt smile turned heads wherever she went. They had arrived at Centennial Airport outside Denver aboard a Cessna 421 and made their way across the chilly ramp to The Perfect Landing, an airport restaurant with good food and spectacular views. It was Dec. 17, 2004. The luncheon conversation undoubtedly ...


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