Andrew Tully

Andrew F. Tully Jr's writing career spanned 60 years and included both novels and nonfiction books on the workings of Washington, where he was a syndicated political columnist for more than 20 years.
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Historical account about the battle against international drug smuggling in the 1970s. Taken from the closed files of the U.S. Customs Bureau during a time when political hysteria about the subject was at its height. Now in eBook $7.99 http://www.enetpress.com/books/The_Secret_War_Against_Dope.html

Historical account about the battle against international drug smuggling in the 1970s. Taken from the closed files of the U.S. Customs Bureau during a time when political hysteria about the subject was at its height. Now in eBook $7.99 http://www.enetpress.com/books/The_Secret_War_Against_Dope.html

Post WW II story of spy organizations more powerful and more secret than the CIA as told by one of Washington's most knowledgeable journalists. A keen and comprehensive disclosure of the inner sanctum of American espionage as it was sixty years ago.  Now in eBook $7.99 http://enetpress.com/books/The_Super_Spies.html

Post WW II story of spy organizations more powerful and more secret than the CIA as told by one of Washington's most knowledgeable journalists. A keen and comprehensive disclosure of the inner sanctum of American espionage as it was sixty years ago. Now in eBook $7.99 http://enetpress.com/books/The_Super_Spies.html

A careful blending of actual case histories with the operational restructuring of one of the world's most famous law-enforcement agencies. Told in authoritative and exacting detail, Inside the FBI combines consummate reporting with the excitement of compelling drama. Now in eBook $6.99 http://enetpress.com/books/Inside_the_FBI.html

A careful blending of actual case histories with the operational restructuring of one of the world's most famous law-enforcement agencies. Told in authoritative and exacting detail, Inside the FBI combines consummate reporting with the excitement of compelling drama. Now in eBook $6.99 http://enetpress.com/books/Inside_the_FBI.html

A collection of one hundred columns written between 1962-1987 on subjects such as the Vietnam War, how to fry the perfect egg, and cats―to name a few. Full of the author's wit, compassion, direct and often irreverent observations, and the ability to laugh at himself. Now in eBook $5.99 http://enetpress.com/books/Andrew_Tully_on_Everything.html

A collection of one hundred columns written between 1962-1987 on subjects such as the Vietnam War, how to fry the perfect egg, and cats―to name a few. Full of the author's wit, compassion, direct and often irreverent observations, and the ability to laugh at himself. Now in eBook $5.99 http://enetpress.com/books/Andrew_Tully_on_Everything.html

Semi-fictional story about the undercover work of Internal Revenue Agents in Washington, D. C. who are out to collar a few punks and find themselves trying to untangle the whodunits of a national crime syndicate. Now in eBook. $5.99 http://ow.ly/qcesb

Semi-fictional story about the undercover work of Internal Revenue Agents in Washington, D. C. who are out to collar a few punks and find themselves trying to untangle the whodunits of a national crime syndicate. Now in eBook. $5.99 http://ow.ly/qcesb

Row. Diplomats were astute representatives of their countries, skilled in negotiating, masters of tact, and authorities on international relationships. They were also expert spies. Now in eBook. $6.99  http://ow.ly/qcenK

Row. Diplomats were astute representatives of their countries, skilled in negotiating, masters of tact, and authorities on international relationships. They were also expert spies. Now in eBook. $6.99 http://ow.ly/qcenK

At the end of WWII, Andrew Tully was one of three Americans allowed to enter Berlin. He spent the next seventeen years gathering eye-witness accounts, and reading war diaries, letters, and books in order to write this gripping and comprehensive account about the fall of Berlin. Now in eBook. $6.99 http://ow.ly/qce9h

At the end of WWII, Andrew Tully was one of three Americans allowed to enter Berlin. He spent the next seventeen years gathering eye-witness accounts, and reading war diaries, letters, and books in order to write this gripping and comprehensive account about the fall of Berlin. Now in eBook. $6.99 http://ow.ly/qce9h

Published twenty-six years after President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed a reorganization of the judiciary that included his controversial "court-packing" plan, Supreme Court presents a fictionalized account of a similar plan. Now in eBook $5.99 http://ow.ly/qce5V

Published twenty-six years after President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed a reorganization of the judiciary that included his controversial "court-packing" plan, Supreme Court presents a fictionalized account of a similar plan. Now in eBook $5.99 http://ow.ly/qce5V

An important historical overview of the initial years of the CIA following WW II. Its operations and development are carefully scrutinized, are drawn from a wide range of opinions, and are studied from both strategic and tactical angles. Now in eBook $6.99 http://ow.ly/qcdXt

An important historical overview of the initial years of the CIA following WW II. Its operations and development are carefully scrutinized, are drawn from a wide range of opinions, and are studied from both strategic and tactical angles. Now in eBook $6.99 http://ow.ly/qcdXt

From an award-winning newspaperman who spares no punches, a story about politicians on Capitol Hill in the 1960's and the forces that defined their lives – families, love affairs, cruel ambitions, selfish pursuits , and the ruthless climb to the top.  Now in eBook. $5.99 http://ow.ly/qcdVi

From an award-winning newspaperman who spares no punches, a story about politicians on Capitol Hill in the 1960's and the forces that defined their lives – families, love affairs, cruel ambitions, selfish pursuits , and the ruthless climb to the top. Now in eBook. $5.99 http://ow.ly/qcdVi

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