In the National Interest by Marvin kalb & ted koppel
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A fast-paced, first rate diplomatic thriller full of the kind of intrigue, insights and authenticity that only a couple of veteran reporters and writers like Marvin Kalb and Ted Koppel could have produced. It is right up-to-date with the political news of today, but with a suspense all of its own....Hedrick L. Smith, author of The Russians
 

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Published November 15, 1977 by Simon & Schuster. 371 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Exchanging fact for fiction and brother Bernard for newsman Koppel, Kalb (Kissinger, 1974) again focuses in tight on a shuttling Secretary of State, now calling him Felix Vandenberg but allowing him to resemble secretive, quippy Henry the K. in more than a few particulars.

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