Blind Trust: The True Story of Enid Greene and Joe Waldholtz
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Blind Trust: The True Story of Enid Greene and Joe Waldholtz

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A riveting true story that details the day-to-day events that led to an intelligent attorney and U.S. Congresswoman from Utah trusting a man in high political circles, a man she would marry and whose secret con-man deceptions almost put her in jail. She was a politician rising out of the West, he was a kingmaker rising out of the East. Together they posed a most formidable...more
Hardcover, 359 pages
Published November 21st 1997 by Agreka Books (first published November 1997)
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