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From New York Times best-selling author and award-winning reporter Ronald Kessler, The First Family Detail tells eye-opening, behind-the-scenes stories from Secret Service agents about presidents and their families.
©2014 Ronald Kessler (P)2014 Random House Audio
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4 out of 5 stars
By Shah al-Rahman on 21-01-16

Good read!

For those into security related stuff will probably enjoy this, its filled with facts and stories whilst offering insights into a world rarely seen or written about. Saying that, some of the chapters can get boring and there's not a great deal here in comparison to other books on the same subject. Overall its a good read for those wanting to know what its like guarding the most powerful man in the world. Happy reading!☺

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5 out of 5 stars
By E.R. on 19-08-14

This was very, very interesting!

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This book details the work of the Secret Service and what they go through to keep the President, Vice-President, former Presidents, and their families safe. It also gives very juicy insight into the personal characters of those the SS are charged to protect. Which of the POTUS/FLOTUS or VP's were/are kind and considerate, people of good character? And which ones were/are insufferable, rude, selfish, vulgar, etc.? The answers WILL surprise you!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Dayna on 28-08-15

Lacking 9/11 and Benghazi

The story overall was good, but it didn't go into GW and 9/11. I would have thought there would have been more details about the day.

Same with Benghazi. That didn't even get a mention as well as Hillary email server. A lot of details missing.

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