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House of Ill Repute: Reflections on War, Lies, and America's Ravaged Reputation Paperback – December 1, 2006
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Mr. Pitt's writing is excellent - the reason I normally don't care for collections of writings is that I find them boring. Not in this case.
The writing style is engaging, the work is obviously well researched, as well as passionate, and most of all, Mr. Pitt's writing can bring out your emotions, as few writers can. Some of his writings almost brought me to tears, some made me angry, but there is humor, as well.
I am very glad I bought and read this book - I learned a lot, and enjoyed doing it.
This book takes us back and lets us revisit these troubling issues, so hopefully we can correct the mistakes and not let them happen again.
Those that are critical of this book - have. not. read. it.
When was the last time people were so afraid of a book, or the truth? It tells you that there is something worth reading here. And there is.
This should be required reading for the Administration and all members of Congress.
Another excellent, finger-on-the-pulse writing from Mr. Pitt.
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I'd pass on this if I had the chance again. I think the author tries to write like Hunter Thompson but it just comes off condescending and cheap. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by M. Davis
This book could not be more wearisome and erroneous. Rather than attempting a chapter by chapter refutation of this leftist assault on America masquerading as non-fiction, let me... Read morePublished on December 22, 2006 by Amazon Customer
As usual, William Rivers Pitt delivers the hard, cold facts wrapped in his trademark witty and concise writing style. A true pleasure to read... Read morePublished on December 21, 2006 by Jeffrey O. Baker
In his first book (with Scott Ritter), "War on Iraq: What Team Bush Doesn't Want You to Know" (2002), William Rivers Pitt established himself as a clear voice for reason against... Read morePublished on December 20, 2006 by Steve Deshazer