For the first time, the three authors of Neck Deep: The Disastrous Presidency of George W. Bush will appear together at a book talk and signing.
Award-winning investigative reporter Robert Parry (who broke many of the Iran-Contra stories in the 1980s) and two of his sons, Sam and Nat Parry, will be at the new Busboys and Poets restaurant in the Shirlington Village section of Arlington, Virginia, from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17.
Neck Deep is the first critical examination of the Bush presidency, from its unusual beginning in Election 2000 through more than six years of George W. Bush asserting extra-constitutional presidential powers. The book also highlights the complicity of the Washington news media and the ineffectual Democrats in this national fiasco.
So, if you live in the D.C. area, please join us in celebrating this remarkable new book and hearing from the authors. Busboys and Poets is located in Shirlington Village, Arlington, off I-395 at the Glebe Road-Shirlington exit. (For the PDF version of the invitation, click here. For directions, see http://www.busboysandpoets.com/ or call 703-379-9757.)
If you live elsewhere - and would like to host a Neck Deep book party in your city - we do have a modest budget for a book tour. Please contact Diane Duston at email@example.com about possible times and locations.
You also can order a copy of Neck Deep from the publisher at http://www.neckdeepbook.com/ (with $5 of each sale rebated to help pay the bills at Consortiumnews.com) or you can buy it from Amazon.com. Retailers can order the book from the distributor, Baker & Taylor Books.