- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 18, 2019

Things move very fast in the marketplace. Nimble publishers and news organizations are already rushing to repackage Robert Mueller’s 400-page investigation report into book form — print, audio and Kindle editions included.

Some versions may be ready as soon as Friday, and one is already cracking the best-seller list.

Skyhorse — an independent publisher — expects its print book to be ready April 30. It already ranks No. 24 among the top 100 books at Amazon.

“The Mueller investigation will join Watergate, and the Mueller Report will join the 9/11 Commission Report, the Warren Report, and the Starr Report, as one of the most important in history,” Skyhorse said in advance notes. “The Mueller Report is required reading for everyone with interest in American politics, for every 2016 and 2020 voter, and every American.

“It’s now available here as an affordable paperback, featuring an introduction from eminent civil libertarian, Harvard Law Professor Emeritus, and New York Times best-selling author Alan Dershowitz, who provides a constitutional, civil law-based commentary sorely needed in today’s media landscape,” the publisher wrote.

Skyhorse has also included relevant portions of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations, the 1999 provisions written by former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, which establish and regulate the powers of the special counsel The original order appointing Robert Mueller III as special counsel and outlining the scope of his investigation is also included, along with Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary of the report, as sent to Congress.

The Washington Post expects to have its book version published by Scribner, released on April 30, and weighing in at a whopping 736 pages. The Post’s e-book version is expected to be ready Friday.

“The only book with exclusive analysis by the Pulitzer Prize-winning staff of The Washington Post, and the most complete and authoritative available,” the news organization advised.

Melville House, an independent publisher based in Brooklyn, could have its version in print as early as Tuesday.

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