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- Inbunden (hardback)
- Språk: Engelska
- Antal sidor: 304
- Utg.datum: 2012-06-01
- Förlag: St Martin's Press
- Illustrationer: black & white illustrations
- Dimensioner: 241 x 165 x 25 mm
- Vikt: 453 g
- Antal komponenter: 1
- ISBN: 9781250012630
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Solomon's riveting account of what probably happened--and didn't happen--in that fancy hotel room will change your mind. He presents the case the DA declined to present. Read it and decide for yourself whether the prosecution of DSK should have been dropped. "Alan M. Dershowitz" This is a fascinating examination of the roles of politics, race, class, social status, and egos in one of the decade's most sensational criminal cases. "Booklist (starred review)" Exciting. "Le Figaro" Investigative journalist John Solomon has provided the best explanation yet for what is going on in this tightly written and altogether credible account of what happens when an ordinary sex scandal involving a prominent man turns into a dark story where scary questions still lurk. "The Washington Times""
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John Solomon is one of America's premier investigative journalists, whose award-winning stories over the last quarter-century have exposed scandals ranging from the use of foster children in AIDS drug experiments to what the Bush administration knew about terror threats in the days before September 11, 2001. His exposes have appeared in "Newsweek, The Washington Post, The New York Times, "on" 60 Minutes, "and in" "the Associated Press and countless other publications and news shows across the globe. A former executive editor of "The Washington Times" and director of news at "Newsweek," Solomon currently runs the "Washington Guardian" investigative newspaper in the nation's capital and lives in Virginia."