It's interesting that as the anticipation grows for the FBI Mueller Report on Russian involvement in the 2016 election to be released, perhaps even today if you believe the MSNBC hype, that you can pre-order the report in at least three different ways online.
A quick search of Amazon.com finds a version that will include analysis from The Washington Post, another with an introduction from attorney Alan Dershowitz -- who wrote his own book against impeaching this president -- and the official version from the Justice Department itself.
Each is available in print and on Kindle. The Justice Department Kindle version seems to be the cheapest at just $2.99. Since it's unclear when the report will be issued, or if it will be public at all, the arrival date for your order remains a moving target.
As the Post version online order site states:
April 30, 2019 is a new placeholder publication date for The Mueller Report. The actual publication date for the ebook, audio, and paperback editions of The Mueller Report will be determined when and if the Special Counsel’s findings are made public.
The only book with exclusive analysis by the Pulitzer Prize–winning staff of The Washington Post, and the most complete and authoritative available.
Meanwhile, the online pitch from the Justice Department version seems to hint at a Trump link. It states:
The ongoing Special Counsel investigation (also referred to as the
Mueller Probe or Mueller Investigation) is a United States law
enforcement and counterintelligence investigation of the Russian
government's efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
This investigation includes any possible links or coordination between
Donald Trump's presidential campaign and the Russian government, "and
any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation."
The scope of the investigation reportedly includes potential obstruction
of justice by Trump and others. The investigation, since it began on
May 17, 2017, has been conducted by the United States Department of
Justice Special Counsel's Office, headed by Robert Mueller, a Republican
and former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). This
book chronicles the legal actions Mueller has taken against Trump's
associates in the 2016 Presidential Elections.