Nick Davies, the Guardian journalist who broke the story of the News of the World phone hacking scandal that has Rupert Murdoch eating humble pie these days, has gotten a book deal.
The book will be called Hack Attack (not to be confused with a 1980s-era McDonald’s ad campaign, for those who might be feeling the strange onset of a Mac attack.) American rights went to Mr. Davies’ compatriot, Mitzi Angel, at Faber & Faber (a division of FSG.) Ms. Angel acquired the book in a pre-empt, according to Publishers Weekly.
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