This list is for: Deb Futter”—I mean, this is what you get when you go to “D. Retah’s” wish list on Amazon--you get the name "Deb Futter"!
As some investigator has pointed out, D. Retah's wish list sends you to the name Deb Futter, the name of the real wife of William D. Cohan, the author of the book on the lacrosse case which Dorothy Rabinowitz in the Wall Street Journal calls dishonest and which many reviewers on Amazon and elsewhere have deplored as contemptible. Deb Futter's husband has recently whined on the HUFFINGTON POST about too much free speech: criticism of his wretched book should be silenced! Would he approve of D. Retah's sneak attack on truly admirable men and fine writers, KC Johnson and Stuart Taylor, Jr. If D. Retah (whoever she is) has any shame, she will delete her contemptible review.
Knowing that Brodhead, the master of sly innuendo, as a literary critic habitually ignored the facts and rushed to judgment, whatever the cost to his victim's reputation (see Nineteenth-Century Literature, Vol. 62 [June 2007] pp. 29-47), I recognized the weakling Taylor and Johnson portray in "Richard Brodhead's Test of Courage": "Confronted with a crisis of epic proportions, with Duke's hard-won reputation at risk, he faced his ultimate test of courage. And in an extraordinary moral meltdown, he threw in his lot with the mob." The only criticism I have of this book is that the publishers should have put "Rape" in quotation marks, since no rape occurred.