University of Hawaii Press
Samuel P. King, and Randall W. Roth
“A sensitive and insightful story of Hawaiian culture and history… evolving into a stunning, uniquely informed expose’ about shameless abuse of a charitable trust and shameful failure of public institutions.”
-Professor Edward Halbach, University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
“The Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate saga, the most significant legal dispute of our time… a tale of unbridled ambition, infectious greed, and high drama, recounted in a fascinating cultural context… a treat for anyone who enjoyed Michner’s Hawaii.”
– Howard M. McCue III, Chairman, Charitable Planning Committee, American College of trust and Estate Counsel