Books by Brooke A. Masters

Brooke A. Masters is a staff writer for The Washington Post, based in New York, where she writes about financial services and white-collar crime. She has reported on the trials of Martha Stewart, Frank Quattrone, and Bernard Ebbers. In her sixteen years a


BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Aug. 1, 2006

"An adept blend of legal, political and business journalism about the man who would be New York's next governor."
A balanced biography from Washington Post reporter Masters of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, called "Crusader of the Year" by Time in 2002 and a headline-hunting bully who is frequently the target of Wall Street Journal editorials. Read full book review >