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The Making of a Spy

Don Tipton (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-1258-6 ©2002
Price: $24.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 623 pages
Category/Subject: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Military

The Soviets had planted sleeper agents in the United States, beginning in 1938. "Did we fight the wrong enemy first, in World War two?"

"Making of a Spy" reveals circumstances that may change governmental behavior, as with the murder case of President Kennedy, and commissions that investigate for closure, not truth.

“Project Guinevere" shows a disturbing revelation, "How a 1938 immigrant from Russia became Jacqueline Kennedy’s co-chair for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, after fleeing to Mexico when Germany lost World war two. How he made movies for the Nazis, then returned from Mexico with a new name, and assisted Lee Harvey Oswald, before the death of President John Kennedy.

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Customer Reviews

  Biography of a (rtd) US Military Spy , 02/13/2005
Reviewer: Donal D. Tipton
This biography includes the following true stories: 1.Family life, moving from Pawnee Oklahoma to California in 1934. (school days, jobs & joining the Army reserve) 2.The Korean War. 3.The assassination of President John F. Kennedy & the Lee Harvey Oswald story. 4.Missions to Antarctica, Centeral & South America. 5.Missions to Soviet-Russia. 6.Domestic Missions to: a.Alaska, Hayden Lake, Idaho & Antelope, Oregon - (Nazis & Immigrating Communist Agents.) 5.

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  Great Book , 09/29/2006
Reviewer: Ken Huckaby
Fun to read knowing that all of the book is from his note and facts. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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