Blood Sport is the explosive national best seller that became front-page news by exposing the truth about the Clinton White House. With new revelations in this edition, Blood Sport is the definitive account of independent counsel Kenneth Starr's potentially historic investigation of a president and first lady.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Den of Thieves turns his discerning eye and incomparable investigative and storytelling skills to the scandals that plagued the Clintons. Informative and shocking, Blood Sport reveals the facts about Whitewater, Travelgate, Vince Foster's suicide, the independent counsel investigation, and the rumors of conspiracy and cover-up at the White House.
Drawing on hundreds of interviews, Stewart provides an unprecedented close-up view of the Clintons as well as a telling portrait of how political combat is waged today.
©1996 James B. Stewart (P)1996 Simon & Schuster
Boyd Gaines does a fine job narrating a very controversial true crime story that disappeared under the radar by the time Hillary Rodham Clinton's husband secured the nomination for his second (far more corrupt) Presidential term. James Stewart is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who wrote what has to be the only fair and balanced account of Vincent Foster's tragic demise, which had far reaching consequences for then President Clinton and the hard right conservatives who wished to destroy him.
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