Ingrid Wagner, left, is kidded by Robin Cook, author of Coma, Outbreak and 25 other medical thrillers, while raising money for The Salvation Army's 2007 red kettle campaign outside Wynn's Market in Naples Wednesday. Cook was joined by his son, Cameron, 8, for the event, which kicked off last week. The Salvation Army has seen a 100 percent increase beyond their usual holiday outreach with about 1000 people coming for help a month.

Photo by ERIK KELLAR, Daily News

Ingrid Wagner, left, is kidded by Robin Cook, author of Coma, Outbreak and 25 other medical thrillers, while raising money for The Salvation Army's 2007 red kettle campaign outside Wynn's Market in Naples Wednesday. Cook was joined by his son, Cameron, 8, for the event, which kicked off last week. The Salvation Army has seen a 100 percent increase beyond their usual holiday outreach with about 1000 people coming for help a month.

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