Mark Felt

NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE Starring Liam Neeson.The Covert Watergate Whistleblower Tells The Story Of The Dramatic Showdown Between The FBI And The Nixon White HouseIn The 1970s, Mark Felt Was Given The Code Name Deep Throat And Shared Intelligence On The Watergate Break In With A Young Reporter From The Washington Post Named Bob Woodward Thus Began The Greatest Political Scandal In The Twentieth Century, Which Would Besmirch An Entire Administration And Bring Down A Presidency.A Patriotic Man, Felt Only Revealed His Role In Our National History As He Neared The End Of His Life Based On His Personal Recollections, Mark Felt Chronicles His FBI Career, From The End Of The Great American Crime Wave And World War II To The Culture Wars Of The 1960s And His Penetration Of The Weather Underground Provides Rich Historical And Personal Context For His Role In The Watergate Scandal And Depicts How He Came To Feel That The FBI Needed A Lone Ranger To Protect It From White House Corruption.Mark Felt

William Mark Felt, Sr was an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI , who retired as the Bureau s Associate Director in 1973 After denying his involvement with reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein for 30 years, Felt revealed himself to be the Watergate scandal s whistleblower, Deep Throat, on May 31, 2005.

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Mark Felt
  • Mark Felt
  • 15 July 2017
  • 9781541788350

10 thoughts on “Mark Felt

  1. says:

    My first completion of 2018, and given the events of today what a day to read about a man who went beyond established procedures protocols to do what he thought was right At a personal level, I am hopelessly straight laced about such things People within the system resorting to vigilantism or activism is a strict no no for me But Watergate was one such chapter when all that happened was necessary It also speaks of a simpler time that the POTUS could lose his job on charges that would almost seem listless today.This book, of course, goes much beyond Watergate It speaks of Felt s recently in the limelight, courtesy Liam Neeson entire career in the FBI It speaks of his adoration of Hoover, and the institute of which he was a part There will be many who ...

  2. says:

    December 31, 2017 100.0% As deeper you go as it odds it gets December 22, 2017 15.0% 46 31 December 22, 2017 15.0% The story gives you slight view of being inside the mind of politicians December 22, 2017 15.0% A story build upon drama December 22, 2017 15.0% 35 48 D...

  3. says:

    Very interesting book about Mark Felt and the FBI.

  4. says:

    The mostly self told story of the man whose sense of duty kept him fighting for years to keep the FBI free of political bias.

  5. says:

    Fascinating account of the man known as Deep Throat and his collaboration with Woodward and Bernstein as they broke the Watergate scandal.

  6. says:

    Audiobook read by Michael Pritchard

  7. says:

    I thought it would be about Deep Throat Regardless, it was a good look deep into Hoover s FBI.

  8. says:

    I decided to read this book because I really enjoyed the movie version As I often say, movies are ads for books.This is a very odd book A very long introduction by John O Connor summarizes the story from start to finish This confused me But this slowly starts to make sense Most of the book is made up from old chapters from other books, written by Felt In these chapters, Felt does not ackowledge that he was Deep Throat They were written before he admitted it Footnotes and additional text provide information, context, and truth and these are also written by John O Connor At the end, several epilogues add additional information again, written by John O Connor.These additions by O Connor were necessary Felt was quite elderly and had a poor memory when he finally admitted he was Deep Throat So he wasn t in any condition to tell us , or write it Felt s own words, therefore, are weird and limited They re kind of a lie He portrays himself as a Boy Scout He s so straight and narrow as to be remarkably dull I found mysel...

  9. says:

    Mark Felt, a.k.a Deep Throat of Woodward and Bernstein Watergate expose fame provides his autobiography along with the FBI side of the story that brought down President Richard Nixon.The whistle blower s tale is interesting, and I m sure quite factual, but comes after two thirds of the book has been read.The autobiographical side becomes a eulogy of the FBI,...

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