"WHITEWASH": The Definitive Insider's Account of the Shocking Valeria Soledad Scandal

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iUniverse, Nov 25, 2004 - Fiction - 218 pages
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"F***ing Brilliant"-The Estate of Euan O'Dell

"How does Blair do it? Everyone in this town talks to Erik Blair, because if you don't, you're screwed."-Paris Biddle Blumenthal

"Blair's paroxysms of outrage at being a victim of deception speak for all of us who thought we knew what we knew when we knew it. And his unparalleled gift for the intimate anecdote reveals an inner Washington we all should have seen coming a long time ago"-Frank Arouet

"A disarming account which reveals the salient fact of modern political life: the perpetual war between honesty and loyalty. Whitewash" should awaken us from our dogmatic slumbers"-Samantha Franken Butler

When Erik Blair took in a homeless woman, injured by the roadside, he could not possibly have imagined the staggering rise to fame and power that the future held for her. Nor could he have known that she was hiding a secret life. The CIA, the President, and his staff most certainly could discern her true identity, though, if only they would dare to look. But is there anyone willing to pay the price of honor ?

 

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Contents

Prologue The Tower of Babel
1
Hollywood Justice
3
The TRIM Awards Gala
14
Who Is My Neighbor?
42
The Presidents Service
54
Phoenix Rising
65
Wardrobe Malfunctions
79
The ScumTide Rolls In
88
A New York State of Mind
134
Moths to the Flame
143
Outside the Box
156
Grip and Grin
173
Resignation
178
The Shadow
183
Epilogue
201
A Note About The Index
205

What Would Julian Do?
111
A Winter Remembrance of May
128
Back Cover
207
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