"Well, in “Night of Camp David,” the justice’s name is spelled “Cavanaugh,” but close enough."

"The political thriller, a best-seller when it was published in 1965 but long out of print, has enough eerie parallels with today’s political debate that it has gained new attention from MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and others."

"Vintage Books is reissuing the novel as an e-book, an audiobook and a paperback wrapped in a stark, black-and-white overwrap that asks: “WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U.S.A. WENT STARK-RAVING MAD?”

"That was the tagline for the original book. The story by the late journalist Fletcher Knebel wrestles with the debate, never fully resolved, over how the nation’s political system can and should respond if there are suspicions that a commander in chief has become mentally incapacitated." [Review of the book, here, by Susan Page | USA Today]