Ive been busy writing a review of Anne Nortons book on Leo Strauss and some Straussians. It is awful in many ways--gossipy, mean-spirited, ideological, and (it goes without saying after all that) sometimes just downright wrong.
She purports to raise up the "real Leo Strauss" for use against his narrow-minded conservative epigones--above all, Allan Bloom, Paul Wolfowitz, and Leon Kass. Do not expect actually to learn anything about these three figures from the book.
I cant post my review yet (the editor gets first crack at it), but you can find Leslie Friedman Goldsteins excellent review here, either by searching by author ("Norton") or by browsing through the December 2004 reviews. (For the review, not the book.)