NonfictionLarge Print Edition*A New York Times Bestseller*Rated Best Book of the Year by Entertainment Weekly*Soon to be a Disney movieA page-turner. So rich and vivid that it becomes a good deal more than a simple, interesting case study. New York TimesTwo of the nations largest corporations stood accused of the deaths of children in the small town of Woburn, Massachusetts in the sort of case that rings alarms in corporate boardrooms all across America. In an epic nine-year struggle, powerful and well-connected business interests were confronted. Jan Schlichtmann was the young, idealistic lawyer who sacrificed everything home, friends, and reputation not for money, but for what he believed to be the truth.