Books by Joe Flood that take readers beyond the monuments, from murder-mysteries to dark comedies, that show a Washington, DC, that tourists rarely get to see.
My first photo book, DC 2020: The Story of a Year, is a look back at a tumultuous election year on the streets of Washington, DC.
In this collection of short stories about social media, you’ll meet an emigre who discovers that there’s no escape from Facebook. An Instagrammer seeking fame in Hollywood. A Florida woman who goes viral after a drunk tweet. And a grandmother spreading Russian disinformation online.
Funny, dark and thought-provoking – that’s the world of LIKES.
What if Washington, DC, was moved somewhere else? A hare-brained notion gains traction in The Swamp, a comic novel of politics.
A serial killer has targeted the creative class in Murder on U Street, a darkly satirical look at a gentrifying city.
When the world’s most famous oceanographer is murdered at the Smithsonian, it’s up to a cynical detective to solve the case in Murder in Ocean Hall.
A satire of self-help books, as a clueless management consultant shares his lessons for success. Discover his story in Don’t Mess Up My Block.