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Author! Author! Preet Bharara Signs Book Deal
Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney who, along with 45 other U.S. attorneys, was fired by the Trump administration in March, has signed a book deal. Mr. Bharara currently serves as a distinguished scholar in residence at NYU School of Law.
Those who might anticipate a “kiss and tell all” account of Mr. Bharara’s 7-1/2 years as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, are likely to be disappointed. According to Mr. Bharara, his book would be about the law, "integrity, leadership, decision making, and moral reasoning."
A spokesperson for Alfred A. Knopf, the publisher, said that Bharara "addresses the circumstances of his firing in the book proposal." Whether the book itself goes into the details of Bharara's firing "remains an open question."
Publication is expected in January 2019.