Four wry and funny novels set in Washington, DC. They’re not about politicians, though. They explore the real city beyond the monuments.
A love letter to Washington, and a wish for its destruction, in a story of when history goes wrong.
A serial killer has targeted the creative class in this 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.
A parody of business books, filled with bad advice, from a typically clueless management consultant.