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“Follow the money.”

In Pursuit: from the streets of San Francisco to Watergate

In Pursuit: from the streets of San Francisco to Watergate

“Follow the money.”

April 27, 1973

“We proceeded toward the Treasury Building, which shielded the White House, not knowing whether the Secret Service would be pointing guns at us when we arrived at the West Wing.”

April 27, 1973

“We proceeded toward the Treasury Building, which shielded the White House, not knowing whether the Secret Service would be pointing guns at us when we arrived at the West Wing.”

Step back in time to the turbulent 60’s and 70’s when the Federal Bureau of Investigation occupied and shut down the White House.

Read the true story of the Watergate investigation from one of the Agent’s on duty the night of the break-in.

From left John Mindermann, Judy Hobach, Paul Magallanes

The interview that broke the Watergate investigation

“Hoback’s revelations represented some of the most direct information about between the burglars and the Nixon reelection effort.”
“Our interview with Judy, in retrospect, was a defining moment.”

The interview that broke the Watergate investigation

“Hoback’s revelations represented some of the most direct information about between the burglars and the Nixon reelection effort.”
“Our interview with Judy, in retrospect, was a defining moment.”
From left John Mindermann, Judy Hobach, Paul Magallanes

From the streets of San Francisco to Quantico, Retired Special Agent John Mindermann paints a real-life picture of mystery and intrigue where the Special Agents of the FBI search for the truth in the manner of doing the right thing.

John Mindermann

Experts, the guys from out of town with suitcases.

Police are never fully “off duty.”

John Mindermann

Experts, the guys from out of town with suitcases.

Police are never fully “off duty.”

In Pursuit: from the streets of San Francisco to Watergate

was written in collaboration with Brian Solon

Kirkus Review
Best Indie Memoirs 2014

“Follow [Special Agent] Mindermann, as he details the tarp thrown over the break-in, for all its holes and gaps, highlights the collective smarts of the Bureau. The action switches to Mindermann’s years growing up in San Francisco, joining the San Francisco Police Department, with a fine array of fleet stories involving bar fights and police corruption.”

Don’t bet against American sensibilities, conscience, and morality. A president and his minions did, and lost.

How did the FBI shut down and occupy the White House?

Get your copy of In Pursuit: from the streets of San Francisco to Watergate today and get the inside story on the investigation that brought down the Nixon administration.