Dishonest career politician who appears to reflect the cowardice of the casino power fetish, has not yet come to terms with his/her addiction enough to become a 'recovering' addict by stating his/her name.
The scurrilous presumption that a book deal has been researched sufficiently to bring it to market is cynical enough to warrant consideration of boycotting purchase.
But wait ... what percentage of the addicted public will feed a concoction of plausible deniability by displaying such a volume on a coffee table?
Better to buy the 1969 novel "The Four Gated City" by Doris Lessing.
From the book jacket:
"It will provoke disquiet and questioning. Mrs. Lessing's view of recent politics is not everyone's. Her view of the future (inevitably brutish and painful) is that it is the present: that we are all hypnotized, awaiting cataclysms which we are in fact living through now; that we are now - as we run and read - in the process of a rapid evolution; that we are mutating fast but can't see it, the chief characteristic of our race being its inability to see what is under its nose; that historians and scientists, in their timid traditionalism, feed our fantasy view of ourselves - suppressing truths about the human condition, about madness, about sanity, about the essential nature of the mind."