Some of these accounts will be familiar to many readers, but the author has provided color and context that make them eye-opening. Others will probably be new to most, including his discussions of a mythical continent where a certain missing link was supposedly born, and truly horrific attempts at human/ape hybridization. In every case, he has done a masterful job of presenting the facts, in the process underscoring the willful ignorance of this increasingly gullible world.
Major embarrassments to paleontology? You bet. But the truth will out; and with this book, Dr. Bergman has given it a tremendous boost.
I still think Slaughter of the Dissidents and Silencing the Darwin Skeptics are Dr. Bergman's most important works, and everyone should read them both just as soon as possible. But Evolution's Blunders, Frauds and Forgeries comes mighty close to being as critically important. Perhaps the three should be sold as a companion set, with the Blunders unveiling the lie that has deceived generations, and Slaughter and Silencing explaining why it looks like all "real" scientists have bought into that lie.
Until then, look for Evolution's Blunders, Frauds and Forgeries at Barnes and Noble or Amazon.