Books by Johanna Neuman

Released: Sept. 5, 2017

"Neuman concisely explains how these gilded women have been airbrushed out of history, resented by those who felt exploited, but thankfully, they succeeded, and women vote today because of them."
Setting the record straight on the driving forces in the early-20th-century fight for women's suffrage. Read full book review >
PRESS CORPSE by Ron Nessen
Released: May 1, 1996

"An early front- runner for the title of the year's most disposable mystery."
Who slipped something into veteran CNN reporter Dan McLean's soup that made one of his most memorable dinners—the star- studded annual banquet of the White House Correspondents Association—his last? Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 17, 1996

"Neuman's book is interesting as a historical review but superficial as political analysis because of its failure to consider fundamental questions of the relationship of the media to society. (8 pages photos, not seen)"
Neuman, foreign editor of USA Today, claims to debunk myths about the power of technology to shape world events. Read full book review >
KNIGHT AND DAY by Ron Nessen
Released: May 1, 1995

"Nessen (The Hour, 1984, etc.) and USA Today correspondent Neuman have cobbled together the perfect mystery for people who do their reading with remote control in hand."
He's Jerry Knight, the vain, left-baiting host of an all-night radio talk show. Read full book review >