Have a sense that most readers didn't give this novel more than a passing glance - if that.
This book is described as "the first comprehensive investigation" -
"complete; including all or nearly all elements or aspects of something. "a comprehensive list of sources"
And continues to fail this test throughout the narrative
In an early instance, Mr. Unger describes how: "Trump Tower offered a special feature that was exceedingly rare. At the time according to David Cay Johnson, Trump Tower was only one of two buildings in New York City that sold condos to buyers who used shell companies. (p.12) And yet the following NYT articles suggests such deals are widespread and every day occurrences.
Mr. Unger is a Harvard graduate however, the material I've tracked does not provide specifics.
The Mueller Russia Collusion matter was investigated for more than two years, during which time this supposed in depth study was published - one would have thought this book would have been presented, front and centre, in support of the various and sundry charges - it obviously wasn't, for good reason!