As an author and small publisher myself, Horns and Halos resonated with me right from the start.

It's the story of James Hatfield, the author of a book called Fortunate Son, a biography (the first) of pre-presidential George W. Bush. Meant to be a quickie "clip job," written by quoting sources secondhand through previously published articles on Bush, Hatfield ended up turning in something a little different. The biggest switch: An afterword that alleged Bush was a former cocaine user.

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