George W. Bush

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  • Dana Perino to Publish Memoir in May 2015 (2014-05-07): Dana Perino will publisher a memoir in May 2015 through Twelve, an imprint of Grand Central Publishing/Hachette Book Group

  • George W. Bush's Decision Points to be Released November 9 (2010-04-26): Crown Publishers will publish George W.

  • National Enquirer Says Bush Memoir to Contain Bombshells (2009-01-21): The National Enquirer claims publishing insiders are telling them President Bush's memoir is going to contain lots of bombshell revelations including that he fell of the wagon, flirted with Condi and called Vice President Cheney a "bozo.

  • What's President Bush Reading This Summer? (2005-08-16): Summer's nearly over but the White House has just released President Bush's summer book list.

  • White House Mum on Bush's Fascination With Charlotte Simmons (2005-02-06): President Bush reportedly has a secret fascination with Tom Wolfe's latest book, I Am Charlotte Simmons (Farrar, Straus and Giroux).

  • Random House Lawyers Stand Behind Kitty Kelley Book (2004-09-08): According to The Washington Post, Random House's attorneys went over Kitty Kelley's incendiary new book, The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty, with a fine-toothed comb before allowing it to go to print.

  • Kitty Kelley Takes on the Bush Dynasty (2004-09-06): Kitty Kelley, the bestselling novelist who has written no-holds-barred exposes of everyone from Frank Sinatra to the British Royal Family, has written a new book about President Bush, entitled The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty (Doubleday).

  • Bush Boosts Publishing Industry (2004-08-09): Bob Minzesheimer of USA Today has a very interesting column about the political book wars.

  • Craig Unger's Book Banned at Amazon-UK (2004-07-30): According to the Guardian, Craig Unger's bestselling book, House of Bush, House of Saud:The Secret Relationship Between the World's Two Most Powerful Dynasties is not being carried by Amazon UK, although it is being carried by traditional bookstores.

  • Books Criticize President Bush (2004-04-26): Several books now in bookstores are critical of President George Bush and his administration.