The Whistleblower's Dilemma: Snowden, Silkwood and Their Quest for the Truth

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Price
$16.00  $14.88
Publisher
Delphinium Books
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.5 X 8.2 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781883285685

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About the Author
RICHARD RASHKE is a lecturer and author of non-fiction books including The Killing of Karen Silkwood. He is featured in the award-winning international television series Nazi Hunters. His works have been translated into eleven languages and have been the subject of movies for screen and television. A produced screenwriter and playwright, his work has appeared on network television and off-Broadway. He is also an alto sax player and composer. His latest composition, Crane Wife, a family musical based on a Japanese folktale, was performed at the Kennedy Center, and his play, Dear Esther, based on a Sobibor prisoner, was the first play performed at the United States Holocaust Museum. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Reviews
PRAISE FOR The Killing of Karen Silkwood: "This riveting book gets beyond the surface facts and simple emotions of the Silkwood case to the fundamental and in some cases frightening aspect of a story that may never be completely told."--Christian Science Monitor
"An impressive and vital new book, or better yet, just call it 'impressive and vital. . .' meets a demanding test of objectivity."--Washington Post
"An admirable job of separating what is fact. . .from supposition, what is theory from what is documented evidence. For that alone, the book is valuable."--New Republic
"Nobody - not Ian Fleming, not Agatha Christie - could have concocted a murder mystery/spy thriller as intriguing as the Karen Silkwood story."--The Trial Diplomacy Journal
"First-rate reporting and tight, edgy writing."--Kirkus Reviews
"A true-life thriller. . . raises serious and disturbing questions."--Playboy
"Exciting. . .important."--Boston Globe
"A powerful indictment of one nuclear corporation and the nuclear industry as a whole."--Library Journal
"Chilling."--Atlantic Monthly
"Suspense is ever-present. Shocks are electric."--San Francisco Chronicle
"This jam-packed little thriller has all the elements of a best-selling novel. . .There is one catch. It's all true."--Florida Sun-Sentinel