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Catch and Kill In A Dramatic Account Of Violence And Espionage, Pulitzer Prize Winning Investigative Reporter Ronan Farrow Exposes Serial Abusers And A Cabal Of Powerful Interests Hellbent On Covering Up The Truth, At Any CostIn , A Routine Network Television Investigation Led Ronan Farrow To A Story Only Whispered About One Of Hollywood S Most Powerful Producers Was A Predator, Protected By Fear, Wealth, And A Conspiracy Of Silence As Farrow Drew Closer To The Truth, Shadowy Operatives, From High Priced Lawyers To Elite War Hardened Spies, Mounted A Secret Campaign Of Intimidation, Threatening His Career, Following His Every Move, And Weaponizing An Account Of Abuse In His Own Family All The While, Farrow And His Producer Faced A Degree Of Resistance That Could Not Be Explained Until Now And A Trail Of Clues Revealed Corruption And Cover Ups From Hollywood, To Washington, And Beyond This Is The Untold Story Of The Exotic Tactics Of Surveillance And Intimidation Deployed By Wealthy And Connected Men To Threaten Journalists, Evade Accountability, And Silence Victims Of Abuse And It S The Story Of The Women Who Risked Everything To Expose The Truth And Spark A Global MovementBoth A Spy Thriller And A Meticulous Work Of Investigative Journalism, Catch And Kill Breaks Devastating New Stories About The Rampant Abuse Of Power And Sheds Far Reaching Light On Investigations That Shook The Culture

10 thoughts on “Catch and Kill

  1. says:

    do i spend 30 to preorder this vote now

  2. says:

    Ronan Farrow has a new book, you say Excuse me while I search under the sofa for spare change because I must have it.

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    I d give this than 5 stars if I could What a masterpiece.This is so well researched, well sourced, everything I ve come to know as the standard of Ronan Farrow s reporting But beyond that, it s such a powerful account of corporate silence and failure, complicity, of brave sources coming forward, a frankly wild look in

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    I m so sad and so proud and so angry.If you re at all interested in the culture of abuse in Hollywood, especially the Weinstein rape and sexual assault cases, and how the media often helps protect abusers and cover up the crimes, please read this.

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    It s probably clich to describe this book as seeming like a real life spy thriller but it truly does read at times like a real life spy thriller Catch and Kill extensively covers the behind the scenes of Ronan Farrow s reporting on Harvey Weinstein, how he was trailed by intelligence agencies, and the tactics that were used to try

  6. says:

    Trump no better than Weinstein.

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    This is the second book I ve read She Said Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement in the last 30 days about serial sexual assault abuse and sexual criminal behavior in Hollywood and Washington, and I think if you are going to read one book, you need to read them both While She Said concentrates on the victim s stories, Catch and K

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    Sixty years ago, sociologist C Wright Mills stated, acts of elite deviance that cause social harm, regardless of their criminality in a legal sense, are part of the higher immorality of the power elite Published on the heels of McCarthyism, his book, The Power Elite, had its critics an uneven blend of journalism, sociology, and moral indignation, but if this mo

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    There were two moments I was delighted to see remembered here during the release of investigative reporting on Harvey Weinstein by Ronan Farrow that caught my eye amidst the sheer weight of sleaze the reporting revealed The first was an extended interview with Rachel Maddow where she interestingly, in an unplanned second segment on her show, pressed him on why he, an NBC employ

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    So, at this point it seems like MeToo books are a distressing cottage industry, and I think I ve read at least six of them in the last two months But while they are depressing in some pretty recognizable ways the sheer, odious pervasiveness of male entitlement to women, and the vengeful aggression when their entitlement is refused thank you, Kate Manne, for the theory on misogyny , Ronan

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