Books by Howell Raines

THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY by Howell Raines
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 2, 2006

"Eloquent meditations on fishing interlaced with piercing explorations of the inner workings of the newspaper business."
The New York Times' former executive editor, fired in the wake of the Jayson Blair scandal, ruminates on fly-fishing, love, successes and failures in the newspaper game, and hooking and fighting and losing a marlin. Read full book review >
FLY FISHING THROUGH THE MIDLIFE CRISIS by Howell Raines
NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 21, 1993

"A profound work that will hook readers from the start."
A bold and eloquent work in which New York Times editorial page director Raines (Whiskey Man, My Soul Is Rested—both 1977) looks at his obsession with fly fishing as cause, symptom, and remedy for the woes of middle-aging. Read full book review >