This is the best, most thoroughly reported and elegantly written account of President George W. Bush's eight years in the White House and of the relationship with one of the nation's most powerful and controversial vice presidents..
A terrific look into the Bush White House, with great interviews, insight and perspective. It’s classic shoe-leather reporting from one of the best White House reporters on the beat.
I'm reading Peter Baker's fantastic accounting of the Bush-Cheney legacy, "Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House." I've learned more new things about the two of them in the first 100 pages than expected and Peter paints an incredibly studied portrait of two complex characters and their even more complex relationship.