We must be the two who read it!
What is fascinating is that the two authors are, or were, political liberals. And they began their task of creating a “harmony of the Watergate memoirs” with John Dean helping them.
But as time wore on and they began asking Dean about some inconsistencies in his account, Dean became unhelpful if not outright hostile.
And the authors began to conclude that the Watergate break in had been a scheme concocted by John Dean alone, to retrieve a book with his wife Maureen’s picture in it. The book was a list of high-priced call girls being run out of a desk in the DNC’s Watergate office, and that was what Maureen Biner had been when John Dean began dating her.
Well, there are at least three of us who’ve read the book! It seems like I read it 100 years ago, but your take is spot on. I always thought the book was political dynamite and wondered why it didn’t “take” on the general public, at least those who read and who cared about this nation. Why Dean is still trotted out by the libs on occasion is beyond me, other than he sounded like a leftist last time I saw him on the tube. He still is a filthy vermin, IMO.
Thanks for posting this article.
I’m sorry, what book is this now? Sounds like a must read.