There is a book review at Science magazine by Philip Kitcher
(which lists the books)
as well as an online debate/discussion of the topic
The books include the one by James Hansen Storms of my Grandchildren and 7 others.
The books are all expensive so a good review is really great. I’d be interested in comments from “climate change cognoscenti” on this forum…
On Merchants of Doubt Kitcher says
Because it is so thorough in disclosing how major policy decisions have been delayed or distorted, Merchants of Doubt deserves a wide readership. It is tempting to require that all those engaged in the business of conveying scientific information to the general public should read it. And that science journalists should abandon the obfuscating practice of presenting alternatives with inferior justification as if they were on a par with the scientific consensus.
Sounds like a good candidate for a Chris Mooney interview…