Serious Fun with White House Secrets: And State Department Antics

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iUniverse, Oct 31, 2009 - Fiction
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White House Secrets is a dizzying account of the goofs and antics of a political appointee's wife, galloping through social and political scenes. Though an embarrassment to her husband, she is an unsung hero for stopping an assassin's bullet, tackling a terrorist, and saving the homeless.

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Hughes is also an editor and playwright. She has freelanced for major newspapers in Africa and Asia. For ten years, Libby was drama critic and feature writer for a chain of newspapers on Cape Cod.

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