Published in 1984 by Double Day & Company, "The Story of Henri Tod" is a thrilling piece of vintage fiction that enthralls the reader with its dynamic plot and compelling characters.
William F. Buckley Jr. was a celebrated American conservative author and commentator, recognized for his distinctive erudite prose and powerful contribution to political discourse.
Set against the backdrop of the Berlin Wall, the narrative follows the character of Henri Tod, the head of an anti-Communist organization committed to fighting oppression. When Tod discovers a deadly plot against JFK, a riveting game of intelligence and counterintelligence ensues.
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