SECRET SERVICE CHIEF by U. E. Baughman

SECRET SERVICE CHIEF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Modern young people who like their cloak and dagger reading grounded in real life will naturally burn with delight toward U. E. Baughman's personal account of his experiences as Chief on the U. S. Secret Service for 18 years. A recent dynamite attempt on President Kennedy's life, prior attempts on Truman, Eisenhower, and other dignitaries' lives, counterfellers, ranks and praokslers crowd into a book absolutely jammed with colorful, exciting and sometimes disturbing queedstoes. The three Presidents he guarded are all characterized in small, personal ways adding still another element for enjoyment.

Pub Date: Jan. 3rd, 1961
Publisher: Harper