In this eye-opening book, Jack Cashill painstakingly brings together seemingly unrelated events to form a stunning account of the fortuitous (for the Clintons) death of Ron Brown. Even those who think they know the dark side of the Clinton administration will learn new facts. The author's unlimited access to Nolanda Hill provides him with previously unknown aspects of Ron Brown's career and his exploitation by the Clintons. The author is not a wild-eyed conspiracist. He seems more to be a dogged researcher and an even-handed writer who simply lays it out for the reader to learn and decide for himself.