Search - List of Books by Gary Aldrich
Gary Aldrich (born May 22, 1945) is a former FBI agent and author from Amsterdam, New York. His wife Nina is also an ex-FBI agent, and they have 3 children. He graduated from Miami Dade College. He founded the Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty, whose aim is, "promoting the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights and supporting the right of citizens to engage in ethical dissent." Aldrich was an FBI agent assigned to the White House under both Bush and Clinton. He was with the FBI for 26 years (1969-95), the last five years ('90-'95) he was the agent responsible for background checks on White House staff.
Total Books: 8
In 1996, Aldrich wrote An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House (published by Regnery Publishing), a controversial book on the Clinton administration. The book was praised in many conservative circles. In the mainstream news media, the book was condemned as an untruthful attack -- for example, CNN reviewed it, saying the book is "filled ... with second-hand, unsubstantiated sexual rumors about and bitter attacks against President and Mrs. Clinton". Amongst his claims were that "drug paraphernalia and sex toys were put on the White House Christmas tree," according to Washington Post contributor Howard Kurtz.
His other books are Speak No Evil, a novel, 1998) and Thunder on the Left: An Insider's Report on the Hijacking of the Democratic Party in 2003.Aldrich has since written for conservative publications including WorldNetDaily (weekly) and Townhall.com (bi-weekly).