Originally scheduled for June '87 publication by Macmillan, the release of this investigation into the founding family of the Louisville Courier-Journal was postponed, then cancelled in July, by Macmillan, Now Crown is offering what is, according to their editor in chief, "". . .substantially the same book, [although] facts have been verified and some editorial changes made."" A fascinating preface by David Chandler explaining his interpretation of Macmillan's cancellation (legal pressure brought by the Bingham patriarch) also is new. Of the original edition of the book, Kirkus said in its pointed review (p. 608): ""Greed, ravenous ambition, and a probable murder form the the heady brew of this compelling chronicle. . .by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist . . .A dazzling presentation of real-life soap opera; impressive literary detective work, and grand entertainment.