Goodale piles up more good reviews

James Goodale, author of Fighting for the Press: The Inside Story of the Pentagon Papers and Other Battles, sends us an excerpt from yet another good review, along with links to several others:

“But here’s the shocker: this book is not only well-written, it is elegantly straightforward. I read the entire book in less than five days, and never once did my eyes glaze-over from lawyerly mumbo jumbo or linguistic prevarication. In fact, I could barely put the book down. Goodale has wisely and shrewdly prepared the book in a tight, accelerated style, with short, rapid-fire chapters—some of which are only four or five pages long. He has also excised what could have been an excruciating storm of legalese, shepherding the reader through the high stakes confrontation like the best of the crime or action adventure writers of our times. (Dan Rather, who wrote a blurb for the book, calls it ‘a story worthy of John Grisham, except this one actually happened.’)”  — from the Thursday Review.
(Here’s the link:  BoingBoing – New York Times The Fiscal Times Hankering for History – Arthur Sulzberger’s choice – New York Magazine New York Times Opinion Pages  New York Times/Bloomberg View by Albert Hunt – The Atlantic, Peter Osnos New York Observer Real Talk – History and the Stock Merchant Danish newspaper “Information” Peruvian newspaper French press Norwegian Business Daily