Saturday, September 20, 2014

The First Family Detail by Ronald Kessler {A Book Review}

I enjoyed reading The First Family Detail by Ronald Kessler. In the book, Kessler goes in depth telling stories about the Secret Service and the Presidents they have protected. The stories span from the beginning of the Secret Service to stories from the current presidential administration. They also range from revealing serious security breaches in the past to light hearted stories of the presidents personal lives.

I enjoyed how the book is easy to pick up and put down, with no one chapter being too long or too short. I also liked how the author went back and forth from serious stories to light hearted ones. The best stories were the ones about the presidents and their families. Several stories made it seem like the author had an ax to grind and were not as impersonal or objective as other stories. Overall, I enjoyed the book. If someone has a specific interest in the Secret Service, Presidents, or Washington, they would most likely enjoy this book.

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