Yours in Truth

Ebook $13.99

Random House | May 08, 2012 | 512 Pages | ISBN 9780679603641

  • Hardcover$27.00

    Random House | May 08, 2012 | 512 Pages | 6-1/8 x 9-1/4 | ISBN 9781400068470

  • Ebook$13.99

    Random House | May 08, 2012 | 512 Pages | ISBN 9780679603641

Praise

“The absolute best nonfiction book of the year . . . a work of journalistic art . . . history straight and true . . . should be required reading at the Columbia School of Journalism.”—Chicago Tribune
 
“A fairly complete and rare portrait of this last of the lion-king newspaper editors . . . deftly curates previously published material, boring in on the newly revealed and revealing, ultimately creating the best Bradlee biography we’re likely to get.”—The New York Times Book Review
 
“Surprising and compulsively readable . . . Himmelman’s chapters on Watergate are especially masterful, untangling that web in a fresh and comprehensible way.”—Minneapolis Star Tribune
 
“A sparkling, revealing, definitely controversial, and very readable book . . . highly amusing, particularly for any connoisseur of juicy modern American politics.”—Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
 
“The bold brilliance of Jeff Himmelman’s Yours in Truth comes through because it is not simply a biography of a quixotic figure who changed the timbre of American newspapers. Rather, it is also a riveting history lesson with fastidiously researched facts intertwined with first-person observations.”—Charleston Post and Courier
 
“Embedded in Yours in Truth there are fundamental insights about journalism and the role of a dynamic press.”—The Atlantic
 
“The biographer either sells his soul for the cozy dinners or bails for the truth. Himmelman chose the latter.”—The Huffington Post
 
“Riveting new life of one of America’s greatest editors.”—The Daily Beast

everydayebook.com
Back to Top