Docu-books and nonfiction on corruption are always a treat. I’m a nonfiction enthusiast, and have collected many books on crime, corruption, and scandal. It also is interesting because living in LA like I do, you know USC has a large hold on the area that is almost untouchable. I am familiar with some of Paul Pringle’s investigative work - and I love how well written the first look is! You can certainly tell he’s a very talented investigative journalist, and perfectly hints the foreshadowing of USC’s corruption in the span of a few pages throughout the first look.