Much has been made nationally of the humiliating decision by St. Martin's Press to recall the 70,000 copies it had shipped to bookstores of J.H. Hatfield's 'Fortunate Son,' a biography of George W. Bush. These books, along with the 20,000 still in the warehouse, were burned or shredded. The firm is among the 10 leading publishers of trade books in the country. Coverage of this story has focused on the biographer's stunning lack of credibility.... More >>>