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On a state visit to Moscow, Billie Bradford, the beautiful and brilliant wife of the President of the United States, is abducted by the Soviets and replaced by Vera Vazilova, a superbly trained Russian undercover agent and actress who is the First Lady's physical double. The impostor's mission--to induce the President to reveal a U. But one false move--whether before TV cameras or in the White House bedroom--can destroy the entire masquerade. And in Moscow, Billie also has a mission--to frantically seek ways to escape while daringly leading a Soviet intelligence officer astray about the most intimate area of her married life. Two women, each playing a treacherous game in a foreign land, each taking a desperate gamble in the arms of the other's lover--a world-shaking gamble that only one of them can win
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One day not long ago she mentioned to you. Not much to do with the Ala This. In my opinion the most graceful that we had there. It is a delight work with her. Politics presidential exclusively.
She told you that? So no doubt as Rosalynn Carter. Have you been seeing in Mrs. What was what he did? I thought you could giving further details. She requested the interview and the granted. It was very important to her and the head of Edit. It's a very appealing area for the book.. Him provided a wonderful material. The vaccine against poliomyelitis.
The report came you struck him terribly bad. Go on.. Whatever the case. I do not know his name. Moved from La Jolla to deliver a lecture in Los Angeles. Salk very kind he was.. Jonas Salk T. She sat at the machine. This is the version of Mrs.
He noted that it is was modified to be acceptable. Without saying anything. She was one pupil. He liked and gave to Billie permanent employment. He said he had gone to work Woods to consolidate it.
He said the interview was horrible. Billie was amazed at what had happened. When he saw published. He fully merged job and returned upon request. The next time. Is it essentially accurate? Kilday had finished his sandwich. He came to you and you confessed everything. Knew that in case of reading. He told exactly what had wrong.
You passed the report to the editor. There are not many people willing to give recognition of his merits. Because I never discloses. The truth is that I brought the story home.
And thus. Now forget it. No Steve Woods there was no charge of merging the work.
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Would not have wanted that the matter reached the ears of the chief. It covered her mouth with a cupped hand. I just wanted to be her friend.
Only one thing is not correspond to the truth. And she never knew. I do not know then. He did not want was in my debt. I never told him. If there existed. I do not had shown her the story. Salk reporting after she joined the workforce. I guess.
You can use it in your book. And still does not know. He have revealed a writer to writer. This did not exist. The phone is the side of the box. I want to know something about the Other celebrities who interviewed before reaching Bradford.
About the book. The voice on the other end of the wire was of Nora Judson. Can you short? Billie wanted to see as before. And one of the last was a senator California named Andrew Bradford. Guy Parker? Then I remembered that you were going to lunch at the Madison.
Parker left the napkin on the table. Do any of you two is the Mr. That was when it all started for her. And she spent three years interviewing characters. At that time. Always is the same.. That said. If you could come immediately. I will try. When he returned to the table and was on Kilday walking. The trouble is that I have been so difficult to meet Kilday.
Today you do not have time to work with you in the book. The White House. Something important has emerged. Parker was hung in turn and asked who was going to say to George Kilday.. Has a program too tight. I'll see her in an hour for our. But it turned out he did not have to say anything. On the outside. Inside was housed a whole tangle anxieties and uncertainties. I'm glad you understand. I was you doing much. From the other side of the street.
Sometimes he was surprised by the fact of having become writer. Despite the heat. Although he did very well. While Kilday demanded his car. I needed that time to be alone mentally. This was not just a appearance. What never failed to sail surprise. He returned the greeting without stop.
The street was like an oven. Parker decided to stop the car and walked to the White House. They came together and stood in front of the hotel.
Can we finish it any other times? Parker again gave thanks. Do not take more than fifteen minutes. He was repeatedly reflected in the storefronts. This had increased their desire to lead a more active life and exciting. It was nearly high. His mother. His greatest love was the voracious reading novels of intrigue and mystery. Although he considered that the role Americans in Vietnam was immoral. Her abundant black hair parted in the hand.
People always said it looked like a writer. His father was a political science professor University of Wisconsin. Without the slightest trace of fat. Parker had enrolled in University Northwest and began to study history American with a vague idea of dedicating one day to teaching. In the early days of the conflict Vietnamese. What Vietnam was indignant and he was beginning to outrage. When he returned to the United States. With their meager savings.
Went his first trip abroad. For a while. But then I realized that they were known because they are among the most interesting that you could visit in Europe. He enlisted and entered the training school official. Service was anxious to leave and when they did. Parker went to Europe to be alone. For the thing would be more romantic. He awoke in him activist sense. An important agent Private detectives had inserted an advertisement in a newspaper in Chicago. In the editors lacked organization.
Vietnam had deepened. At first it liked it. Parker was found in Chicago and jobless. For when the war ended. He imagined how a kind of Dashiell Hammett Pinkerton stage. Parker was presented and got the job because their background in military intelligence section were adequate on paper. I had to go far.
Without However. Parker hastily drafted a curriculum and submitted with photocopies of three articles published. It was. After spend half hour talking with a veteran executive of the AP. One day conference was called by a certain Wayne Gibbs. He wrote three articles based on facts.
Washington was totally fascinated and this is reflected in his writings. Hearing that there was a vacancy in the New York office of the Associated Press. A week later.
I had read a number of items from Parker and they had impressed him favorably. Parker could and did. In the army. Upon returning. Now they needed a writer who could deliver the book quickly. He had escaped and had gone to abroad. Already had the editor. A Parker on money he was attractive.
The proposal it was tempting. Bradford's supporters wanted was written and published a book about his candidate. Gibbs had a Parker's proposal to make. The money would be generous.
It was joining the mainstream. Could Parker move to Los Angeles this weekend. A biography aimed at improve the image of man during the campaign. Until then. Parker had passed through many convolutions in their attitude towards their country and with American democracy. It was pragmatic. The Problem was that this giant was bulky and heavy so flawed that nobody could do anything for enhanced from the outside and not through the use of the ballot.
Parker left the Associated Press and became a political writer in plan full-time. Without hesitation. This conclusion is not juvenile or result of an image seen through a filter red. Yet here. If the people had to live together in a society that was the best system in which they could. In preparing the book. It was ripe. After a closely contested early. The book sold very well in the rallies and banquets Party and the paperback edition beating estimates sales between independent mimes.
Parker finished writing the book on time. Shares Parker had risen sharply. He was somewhat lower he. Wayne Gibbs was kept attached to the caucus with a view to lend a hand in the preparation of press press. Had a certain visibility.
He had a beautiful finely chiseled face. Bradford I liked her immediately. The book was more than anything in a simple task of reconciliation. The elections came and went. The grizzled temples. Bradford was forty-eight. No longer a drone party. Before the close of the interview. He was in the middle of the action.
Billie Bradford had proved a bright and charming first lady. With some reluctance and embarrassment. Guy Parker reminded the book. Bradford began to create his team permanent. Several prestigious publishers of New York. Then the overnight. A Parker liked its role. From San Francis Parker sent for. That was two years. I turn to the West Wing East Wing with minimal resistance. Parker was reluctant. It was as serious as her husband.
Proved a delight to be with her. What convinced Parker that action was interesting was the half million advance dollars were going to deliver. At first. A Parker settled in a office next to Nora Judson. He respected and loved and at Finally. His impression that it was reduced. Being able to encompass many tasks and do them all well represented a demonstration of energy and skills that.. Soon I found out that it was anything but frivolous. Moving from severe writing political speeches for the maximum leader of the free world to a frivolous and gossipy tearoom confessional seemed a demerit..
And there had met with an additional advantage. She had not heeded. It was several things simultaneously and all to perfection. His intelligence was extraordinary.
Always was busy or was trying to be and therefore others. From its lustrous black hair. Parker had suggested the possibility of inviting in for a drink or dinner. He would like to contemplate it as an object sexual. He could spend a statement press at the opening of a hospital or dinner gala without any awkwardness and without complaint. Parker was supposed to be about eighteen years. The unique and important problem was its remoteness. Despite what maddening situation.
In five months. She had shown correct and polite. Before he had finished a sentence. Parker also had been busy. He had crossed all a mountain of newspapers and magazines. He was impressed as a very professional. The fact prepare the basis for long-awaited autobiography of the first lady had taken ten hours daily.
And finally. Had located and read everything that had published about Billie Bradford. He had even traveled to California to spend two days with his dad Clarence Lane.
Al beginning their mission had been to collect material to read. One hour. Then there was started to travel outside of Washington. She had noticed the daily program. And now here he was. He had begun to interviewing Billie Bradford itself. Billie Bradford had to cancel today's meeting. Emerged from Lafayette Park. He reached the front steps carpeted in red. He wondered what else could be. Arriving to the top of the staircase. Have I managed to get in fifteen minutes?
Sk-Parker gasped. She was too busy. He puzzled that annulment of the second session held. And yet But Nora had told him clearly. I remember. I hasten know you were wanting me. We crossed the pass and up the curved driveway leading to garage North Portico entrance. Fred Willis insists on seeing. Must accompany the new French ambassador's visit to the National Gallery. Still I left to do the outline for the House Beautiful.
The representatives of the press and gone. In any case. The TV already collecting her things. The press conference has over the last ten minutes. Can we make an appointment? We could not postpone it again. What pride? Always starts to tremble in my presence. And I had to change everything. Really it was impossible to keep the foot our appointment? While shaking off her shoes feet. Nora came in. Then you have to do luggage. Sit here. Hello Guy.
We are.. He will not let Sarah do it alone. They had reached the entrance to the Oval Office Yellow and parted to one side to come out three members of a television channel with his team. Once they were gone. With his back to them and blond hair spilling over her shoulders.. Wanted speak with you five minutes after the press conference and before starting the tests with the designer. There was nobody in the room. I wondered where I was.
What do you want me? Parker asked. Nora addressing Judson. I guess should do it more often. For the sake of Andrew. Let's change this situation immediately. I'm here seeing daily in private. What's gone. From this moment. Billie said. For the umpteenth time..
Asked Billie. We left happy. What has been the press conference? I'm serious. Billie turned to Parker.. He bent and kissed his cheek clumsily. After the meeting yesterday. Today's episode of the life and miracles of first lady.
Where we left our heroine? The ambassador was one of the few people who knew our close friendship. I was at his house.
He died last night. And I never heard anything. The British children's novelist. I have you encountered with it in their investigations. I assure you. It was the trip during which I met Janet Farleigh. Ha been a hit. Billie's face. The British ambassador sent a note delivered by hand this morning.
It is a of her best friends. She was my. He was ten years older than me.. Nora was clapping her hands to the glass of his wristwatch. Hoping to see in London next week. I tell you. That of the White House hinders everything. It gives me the option to re-read Tolstoy all the time either talking about myself.
The contest was unequal. Guy Parker waited. Billie Bradford paused and continued talking animated. What were we talking about when you arrived? During the flight. There was thought about it all day. I'll compensate you. Of skip today's meeting. O Ana Karenina for eight hours or Billie Bradford. Could be a long flight and bored. That's why so really wanted to see him. I won. I will visit her husband and son. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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