Conspiracy of Fools: A True Story (Paperback)
From an award-winning New York Times reporter comes the full, mind-boggling story of the lies, crimes, and ineptitude behind the spectacular scandal that imperiled a presidency, destroyed a marketplace, and changed Washington and Wall Street forever . . .
About the Author
Kurt Eichenwald wrote for "The New York Times" for more than twenty years. A two-time winner of the George Polk Award for excellence in journalism, he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2000 and 2002. He is the author of three bestselling books, one of which, "The Informant", was made into a major motion picture. He lives in Dallas with his wife and three children. Visit him online at KurtEichenwald.com.
Praise for Kurt Eichenwald’s bestseller, The Informant:
“Ranks with A Civil Action as one of the best nonfiction books of the last decade.”
—New York Times Book Review
“The thriller of the year—and it’s all true!”
—Dallas Morning News
“One of the most intriguing—and nearly unbelievable—nonfiction books in recent memory . . . a tangled tale worthy of John Le Carré.”
“A compelling narrative . . . a business book for Grisham readers.”
“Reads like a well-written whodunit.”
“A spellbinding account, as much of a page-turner as a Grisham novel.”
“I guarantee it’ll keep you reading late into the night.”
—Jonathan Harr, author of A Civil Action