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Roman Dial and his son, Cody Roman, regularly took adventure trips together. "I kind of hoped that he would be an outdoors partner for me for life," Dial says of his son. Courtesy of Harper Collins hide caption

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A Father Recounts His Search For The Son Who Vanished In Costa Rican Wilderness

Roman Dial hoped his son would be his outdoor partner for life. But that dream ended when his son disappeared in a Central American wilderness. Dial's new book is The Adventurer's Son.

Roman Dial and his son, Cody Roman, regularly took adventure trips together. "I kind of hoped that he would be an outdoors partner for me for life," Dial says of his son. Courtesy of Harper Collins hide caption

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A Father Recounts His Search For The Son Who Vanished In Costa Rican Wilderness

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Stymied By Perfectionism, 'Scratched' Author Struggles To Break Free

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