I actually don't know how many pages I've read. I'm on the Kindle Fire reading library digital edition and can't see the page numbers.
I do not know why I had never heard of this book. It popped up in my browsing of the library cloud collection and somehow grabbed my attention.
If you want to know what's behind the aberration of today's, um, situation, this may be the answer. Be warned - the answer is terrifying.
Charlotte Fedders is back in the news.
Last night -- Monday, 19 February 2018 -- Rachel Maddow featured a follow-up story on Rob Porter, the White House Staff Secretary who was forced to resign when it was revealed that he had abused his ex-wives.
Porter was not the first in the current administration to run afoul of his own shameful (?) past. Andy Puzder had been nominated for Labor Secretary, but was forced to withdraw when similar allegations against him were made. Puzder's ex-wife had claimed she was a guest (in disguise) on the Oprah Winfrey show years ago and detailed the abuse she had suffered.
A search for the tape turned up pretty much nothing, until . . .
A link to my review of Shattered Dreams from a couple weeks ago.
My library's electronic collections yielded some gems today.
I've also downloaded the Mueller indictment in PDF to read in full for myself.
I'd rather be knitting or making jewelry or writing a contemporary gothic romance, but these political issues have disrupted my very existence far too long.