You too can still get the book at Amazon – “Poisoned: The True Story of the Deadly E. Coli Outbreak That Changed the Way Americans Eat.”  Hardcover is $16.47 and Kindle is only $1.99.



“A fast-paced narrative and a cautionary tale about how public health policy, corporate practices and public relations, and lawyers’ chutzpah and frenzy for fees can converge in a place we all know well.” –Associated Press

“A new, thriller-style account of the horrors of that E. coli outbreak and the subsequent events, including the groundbreaking rulings making O157:H7 an “adulterant”. –Mark Bittman, The New York Times

“Spartan prose delivers a chilling, page-turning lesson in food safety.” –Kirkus Reviews

“Movie-like …Benedict does a dramatic public service by showing us what happened behind the scenes.” –Christian Science Monitor

“Part thriller, part investigative expose, and all human, “Poisoned” lays out in rich, untold detail the tragic yet ultimately inspiring story behind the largest deadly E. coli outbreak in history.” –Armen Keteyian, CBS News

Happy Holidays – whatever you celebrate, or not.  I wish all well – especially my opponents.  May your Holiday meals be safe, and I wish for all of us less work for you in the New Year. 

Say, you all still have time to vote for Marler Blog as one of the top ABA Law Journal Blawg 100 for 2001.  Look for Marler Blog under Torts.