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The Spymaster

The Spymaster
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With this novel, the author of Inquest and Executive Action has managed fiction-created-from-fact that transcends and informs fact -- an electrifying saga of a remarkable man's public and private lives that is perhaps to the secret world of spydom what The Godfather was to oragnized crime. The Spymaster is Vivian T. Prescott, an American golden boy out of Yale's holy-of-holies. Skull and Bones, chum of Jack Kennedy, athlete, lover, son of FDR's confidant...then with Wild Bill Donovan's World War II OSS, going up against Heydrich andeven Hitler...Cold War go-between to masterspy Gehlen...nemesis of J. Edgar Hoover...and finally Director of Central Intelligence. His life and career encompass the "mole" Kim Philby, the Rosenbergs, the U-2 crisis and the Bay of Pigs...a story that projects who really plotted the Kennedy and King assassinations, and what JFK would have done about the CIA and the Vietnam war had he lived. It dramatically poses who was in truth running the secret government in the United States--a CIA faction that infiltrated Nixon's reelection committee, and went out of control behind the chaos of Watergate, almost tearing the country asunder...more intrigues than one ever suspected -- with Kissinger, the coverups, the tapes, the tricks, the FBI... Vivian Prescott, Spymaster, was also a man whose desire for one woman shrouded a profound and secret grief for another, and whose life, like his country's, was a torrent of surprise, betrayal and heroic promise. From Boson Books comes this epic story of the shocking secret America behind and beyond the facts as reported in the last 35 years.The China Card by Donald Freed is also available from Boson Books. For an author bio and photo, reviews and a reading sample, visit bosonbooks.com.
Bitingduck Press; January 1996
319 pages; ISBN 9781886420243
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