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Special Relationships

Henry Brandon, a London Sunday Times D.C. correspondent for four decades, shares memories of his special relationships with prominent figures, from Kissinger to Kennedy in the exciting and informative memoir from a prominent political journalist.

Through stories and memories, Special Relationships takes readers into the mind of one of the most influential foreign correspondents to have worked in Washington, D.C. As the man that broke many of the biggest stories in U.S. history, Henry Brandon shares the details of some his greatest reports on foreign relations.

Amidst the details of his relationships with Kissinger and Kennedy from Roosevelt to Reagan, Brandon reveals what his life was like as a top journalist from a foreign country living in the White House while assessing U.S. foreign policy and leadership through the lens of a reporter.