Citizen K by Mark Singer
The Deeply Weird American Journey of Brett Kimberlin

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From the author of the bestselling Funny Money, the saga of a master drug smuggler, convicted bomber, suspected murderer, jailhouse lawyer, and media manipulator, whose story about supplying marijuana to a future vice president is only the beginning. This is a portrait of an elusive man and a social history that crisscrosses the republic over the past three decades. National ads/media.
 

About Mark Singer

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Mark Singer has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1974.
 
Published October 22, 1996 by Knopf. 381 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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An absorbing investigation into the life and tall tales of Brett Kimberlin, the jailed drug dealer who won brief notoriety by claiming to have sold drugs to Dan Quayle.

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After Garry Trudeau in ""Doonesbury,"" the New Yorker's Mark Singer was possibly the most prominent journalist to sympathetically report allegations that convict Brett Kimberlin had sold marijuana to Dan Quayle when the Vice-President was a law student.

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