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Undercover: Memoirs of an American Secret Agent Hardcover – 16 Jun 1975
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
6 April 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
6 people found this helpful.
Hunt lived a life that was unreal. He was a diplomat, a spy, a plumber, and one of Richard Nixon's go to guys. Good read.
Interesting book about an interesting man.
8 March 1999 - Published on Amazon.com
22 people found this helpful.
E. Howard Hunt is one of the most bizare figures in American history. Hunt is quite candid about a number of areas, particularly with his involvment in the "plumber's unit" and the subsequent watergate break-ins. In other instances, such as his role in setting up the Bay of Pigs invasion, he is less candid. The biggest disappointment was the lack of any information relevent to the accusations that have been made involving him in the assassination of JFK. Nevertheless, any book about this CIA agent, bestselling novelist, WWII veteran, Watergate convict, Bay of Pigs architect, and possible JFK conspirator, is bound to be interesting.