An astonishing tale of
“A world of duplicitous charges
and disappearing documents fit
for a movie thriller.”
“Excellent” —Library Journal
"Fascinating and indispensable."
—Vince Palamara, leading civilian authority on the U.S. Secret Service
"Bolden suffered greatly at the hands of American
jurisprudence, and his memoir helps set the record straight." - Washington Post 3/26/08
". . . he
makes in what is a fascinating . . . personal account of an almost-forgotten piece of Chicago history seem almost impossible
to believe." - Chicago Tribune
" . . . he's telling his story out of obligation to Kennedy . .
. " - Chicago Sun-times
New Books: Six to Try
—Barnes & Noble
Bolden . .man of integrity who has paid an enormous personal
price for speaking out then and now. He deserves to be heard
. . . after all that
he and his family endure, Bolden emerges years later undefeated. And that is what makes him a man admired. This is one heck
of a story!
What a story of shear guts and determination of a man who paid the price for
speaking out against the Secret Service protection for President Kennedy.