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Book Review: “The Secretary: A Journey With Hillary Clinton From Beirut to the Heart of American Power” by Kim Ghattas
Traveling with Hillary and the Supreme Court behind closed doors.
Reviewed By John Wilwol
Comments () | Published March 5, 2013
Book Review: “The Secretary: A Journey With Hillary Clinton From Beirut to the Heart of American Power” by Kim Ghattas
Publisher: Times Books
Price: $27.00

Ever wondered what life is like for a globetrotting reporter covering one of the most dynamic women in the world? Check out BBC State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas’s The Secretary: A Journey With Hillary Clinton From Beirut to the Heart of American Power. Ghattas, who grew up amid the Lebanese civil war, has traveled 300,000-plus miles with Clinton and interviewed her more than 15 times. Her revealing and intimate book provides a detailed glimpse inside the Obama foreign-policy machine.

This article appears in the March 2013 issue of The Washingtonian.

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