By Bob Beckel
From renowned television character Bob Beckel, a deeply relocating, redemptive memoir approximately his existence as a political operative and diplomat, his lengthy fight with alcohol and medication, and his not going trip to discovering faith.
Growing up terrible in an abusive domestic, Bob Beckel realized to be a survivor: to prevent clash, masks his emotions, and to lie--all talents that served him good in Washington, the place he might develop into the youngest-ever Deputy Assistant Secretary of kingdom and deal with Walter Mondale's 1984 presidential crusade.
But Beckel was once residing a double existence. On January 20, 2001--George W. Bush's first Inauguration Day--he hit all-time low, waking up within the psych ward. Written with appealing honesty, Beckel chronicles how his addictions approximately killed him until eventually he came upon assist in an unforeseen best friend, conservative Cal Thomas, who helped him locate religion, get sober, and get his existence again on target.