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From the PublisherLance Morrow The New York Times Book Review Chillingly thorough....Wonderfully done....An elaborate journalistic reconstruction that has the fascination of an acutely observed and troubling novel.
Scott McLemee Newsday A remarkable piece of reporting.
Jerome E. Groopman The Wall Street Journal Stewart tells a riveting tale of terror, a true page-turner.
Joan O'C. Hamilton, Business Week Blind Eye is a flat-out horrifying nonfiction profile of Michael Swango...Stewart is an excellent writer and reporter...This is a brave and passionate book.
Ellen Clegg The Boston Globe Stewart penetrates the hermetically sealed world of medicine. In the process, he exposes the arrogance and the fraudulent professional courtesies that allowed Swango to move ahead unchallenged. In other words, Stewart does the work that hospital administrators and supervising physicians in Ohio, South Dakota, and New York should have done.
Dr. Robert B. Daroff The Plain Dealer (Cleveland) Swango's odyssey is so compelling that I became riveted. I needed to know when and how he would be caught, and what ultimately happened to him.
Steve Twedt Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Stewart has produced an extraordinary book.
R. Z. Sheppard Time magazine James B. Stewart's Blind Eye is a persuasive case against Dr. Michael Swango.
Steve Weinberg Chicago Tribune The facts gathered by Stewart are compelling. [He]...persuasively dissects the medical establishment.
Joseph Nocera Fortune Is Blind Eye worth reading? Yes, Jim Stewart's books always are.