That's Howell Raines, former executive editor of the New York Times, who was forced to resign in the firestorm following the exposure of rogue journalist Jayson Blair. Ten years ago, Morrow published a first volume of Raines's memoirs, built around an analogy of life as symbolized by his late discovery of the joys of fly fishing, and the book, Fly Fishing Through the Midlife Crisis, was warmly received. He has retained the fishing motif in a second installment, just bought by Lisa Drew for her imprint at Scribner, which will cover even more of a crisis. Events at the Times will not be at the forefront of the book, called Catch and Release, said Scribner publisher Susan Moldow, but will be covered in the context of Raines's life and work. Mark Reiter at PFD made the North American rights deal, and publication looks like late fall next year.