Unformatted text preview: of the manuscript almost as many times as I did. Thanks to Eamon, the final draft was much better
than the first one. Every author should be so fortunate, and the book’s remaining flaws are entirely my own.
At Houghton Mifflin, Loren Isenberg and Lois Wasoff gave wise counsel, and Emily Little handled everything with great charm and
At Penguin, Daniel Hind had enormous faith that people in the United Kingdom might want to read this book. I am grateful to him for
that faith and for his insightful critique of the text. And Clare Pollock has been a wonderful proponent of my work.
Ellis Levine provided some valuable legal — and literary — suggestions. J. C. Suares, Lowell Weiss, and Mike Guy read the manuscript at
various stages and gave many useful criticisms.
Charles William Wilson performed the unenviable task of combing through the text for errors. He did an extraordinary job, earned my
lasting gratitude — and is in no way responsible for any inaccuracies the book may contain. He has a bright literary future. Alita Byrd spent
hours at the National Archives tracking down recently declassified files on Heinz Haber. David Malley did a fine job of fact-checking the twopart Rolling Stone article. And Shauna Wright helped me assemble the biblio...
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