Books by Kim Isaac Eisler

Released: Feb. 1, 2001

"A fascinating account of triumph against adversity, turned inside out."
A vigorous account of the improbable history that connects the near-extinction of the Pequot tribe in the late-18th century with their dominance of New England gaming in the late 20th. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1993

"Although Eisler's analyses of specific cases can be disappointingly superficial, he paints a warm, vivid portrait of Brennan the man and admirably sums up the justice's humane and progressive jurisprudence."
In this brisk, agreeable account, Washingtonian Magazine national editor Eisler (Shark Tank, 1990) pays tribute to the great liberal jurist, recapitulating the judicial achievements of Brennan's long and influential Supreme Court career. Read full book review >