New York: Pamphlet Press, 1946. 86p., slightly worn wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, minor foxing.
"Unfortunately, the end of Hitler and the war did not bring an end to the propaganda designed to disunite Americans. Enemy agents and their cooperators in this country continued their campaign of disruption. And fortunately, Henry Hoke continued his campaign to smoke them out. In It's a secret Mr. Hoke throws the spotlight not only on the plotters but also on those in high place who protect them." - rear wrap.