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The Strange Death of Vincent Foster

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  39 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
On a humid July day in 1993, White House deputy counsel Vincent W. Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park in suburban Virginia. One of the nation's highest-ranking federal officers, Foster was a boyhood friend of President Bill Clinton and a close confidant of First Lady Hilary Rodham Clinton. His death sent shock waves through the White House and the nation's capital. T ...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published October 1st 1997 by Free Press
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Jeremy Hatfield
Aug 05, 2011 Jeremy Hatfield rated it it was ok
A very good bit of investigative journalism, bringing to light some evidence and perspectives that were glossed over by the Main Stream Media at the time.
Peggy
Aug 09, 2016 Peggy rated it it was amazing
Christopher Ruddy does a superb job of investigating the death of Vince Foster, which was certainly a very strange incident. He did a much better job at investigating than either Fiske or Starr did, and unlike me he did not come to the automatic conclusion that he was murdered and the Clintons were behind it.
This is a book that everyone should read and it really opened my eyes to FBI and government investigations, especially in light of the recent investigation of Hillary Clinton by James Come
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Eric
Feb 11, 2015 Eric rated it it was ok
An example of how the Park Service should not be in the police business. Not compelling, but informative.
Cooksonmom
Jul 09, 2008 Cooksonmom rated it really liked it
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A close friend mentioned some Clinton Conspiracy stuff and I decided to see how interesting a subject it could be. This book was quick to read and interesting. The author's spin on things was thought provoking and worth my time.
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May 22, 2008 Carol Ann rated it liked it
Could the White House know of a cover-up. Could the suicide have been someone else's idea? Could Bill and Hillary know more than they said. Be afraid, be very afraid.
ej cullen
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Rampant police/ governmental incompetence (and probably worse) well detailed.
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For some reason I can't put this down. Not my usual fare. Compelling.
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