This book gives a lot of information about Nixon's presidency--his dealings with China, his machinations in ending the Vietnam War, his relationships with the members of his cabinet and his inner circle (not always the same people) and, of course, his downfall over Watergate. Unfortunately, it reads as if the writer were a sophomore in high school writing a term paper--long, poorly written sentences with so many pronouns you're not sure who he's talking about. I learned more about Nixon but the book was hard to get through. It was badly in need of an editor.
Her husband has just died after being hit by a bus, but what secrets is his widow concealing? What did he have to do with the kidnapping and murder of a little girl? I'd give it a B.