This is a really good balanced book for the other side of the Michael Rasmussen saga. For those unfamiliar, he was (and is) a professional cyclist who was kicked off the 2007 tour with only a few stages to go, and was certain to win it that year, having 3 minutes on the nearest challenger. What followed was an enforcement of an unofficial "blacklist" by the UCI, the sports governing body, that not only denied him victory because of doping allegations in regards whereabouts, but also served to effectively kill off his cycling career on the big stage.
Rasmussens story is one that needs to be told, but I think this is not necessarily the best book to do it, as it is very dry and more a presentation of facts ( important) but it would have been good to personify michael a bit more and make it less a scholarly work.
Still read it though, you will be amazed at how grey this story is.