Two reporters were assigned to cover what seemed a routine burglary in the opulent Watergate building in down town Washington. It was the first in what must be the most devastating political detective story of the century.
Here is their amazing story, from their first suspicions, through the tortuous trail of false leads, lies, secrecy and high-level pressure, to the final moments when they were able to put the pieces together and write the expose that won them a Pulitzer Prize.
This is the definitive history, written by two determined journalists, of how a scandal was uncovered which still reverberates throughout the world.
About the Authors
Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward were Washington Post reporters when they uncovered the scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon.
Carl Bernstein is the author of several books including The Last Days, which details the end of Nixon's administration and a biography of Pope John Paul II, His Holiness.
Bob Woodward is also the author of several books, including Plan of Attack : The Road to War, about the ongoing conflict in Iraq and Bush at War : Inside the Bush White House.
'A fast-moving mystery, a whodunit written with ease ... A remarkable book' New York Times 'Much more than a "hot book". It is splendid reading ... of enormous value ... a very human story' New Republic
Series: Bloomsbury Film Classics
Number Of Pages: 372
Published: 1st January 2005
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Dimensions (cm): 12.9 x 19.8 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.412