Under "Clinton, William Jefferson" we've got such reference points as `"bimbo eruptions' investigators, and," "golf score shaving," "manipulative personality of," and, of course, "philandering
and sexual advances to women, history of." For Ken Starr, typical examples include "reverence for the law," "perfectionism," and--just in case Clinton's entry wasn't comprehensive--"knowledge of Clinton's philandering
while Governor of Arkansas."
Hush ignores her philandering
husband, builds the business successfully, and raises her son Davis, Hush's husband dies in a car accident, and Davis goes off to Harvard thinking that his father was a fantastic husband and father.