When Lance Armstrong refused to answer charges from the US Anti-Doping Agency that he'd doped extensively through his career, he all but forced the USADA to put its cards on the table. And the USADA produced -- compiling a complete printed dossier on his career in doping (known as the USADA "Reasoned Decision,") along with hundreds of pages of supporting documentation and affidavits. The resulting "data dump" was extensive and devastating to Armstrong's claims of innocence. It's all available free on the USADA website, and worth reading if you're really interested in the case.
But for a quicker read that pulls all the facts together in an organized timeline then this quickie e-book will do. It's concise, readable, and just tells the story of what happened during Armstrong's career, step by step. It relies heavily on the material in the USADA case documents, but since the author knows the sport, he is able to pull each bit of testimony about doping into context so the USADA testimony is understandable.
If you've followed the case in the news in detail, there's nothing new here. But I suspect a large number of people with a mild interest in Armstrong have gotten a little lost over the years in the bit-by-bit uncovering of Armstrong's doping, with each new revelation accompanied by denials, counterclaims, and attacks on witnesses. Finally, with the release of the USADA materials, there is enough solid testimony on the record to pull the story together in an organized way. If you're interested in a thorough yet streamlined account of how Armstrong's team indulged in performance enhance drugs, then this e-book is worth the modest cost and time investment.