Hack Hardcover – 10 May 2012
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The nation's fruity new sweetheart Rebekah Brooks, 43, former chief executive of News International is traduced disgracefully in a new memoir, 'Hack', by snivelling former employee Graham Johnson, 44. He writes: 'Tall and slim, an English Rose with a killer streak, deadly as nightshade. But in the flesh she was strangely sexless, her femininity scraped barren by a corporate zealotry incongruous with her alabaster skin and floral prints'
- Ephraim Hardcastle --Daily Mail
For a large chunk of his life, Graham worked as a self-confessed 'tabloid terrorist'. He worked for Rebekah Brooks during her infamous stint as the editor of the News of the World. During this time, he did a lot of very nasty things, which he has decided to write down and release in his new book --VICE Magazine
Even if you re not a tabloid reader, this peek inside The News Of The World is a timely expose of a murky business. Johnson reveals how stories were fabricated, lives were ruined and privacy invaded. But what happens when News International turns on one of its own? A compelling read --Shortlist
About the Author
Graham Johnson is an investigative journalist and author of the highly acclaimed true crime titles Druglord and Powder Wars (both published by Mainstream). --This text refers to the Paperback edition.