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.

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How I Became Red Bike Guy is a memoir of the Trump years in DC that explains how I went from a passive observer of events to someone outraged enough to confront the Patriot Front.

DC 2020: The Story of a Year

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.

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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.

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What if Washington, DC, was moved somewhere else? A hare-brained notion gains traction in The Swamp, a comic novel of politics.

u-street-coverA serial killer has targeted the creative class in Murder on U Street, a darkly satirical look at a gentrifying city.

Murder in Ocean Hall

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.

Don't Mess Up My Block

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.


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  1. I am of internet search. Interesting your life-experiences and all where they’ve taken you. I wrote to your e-mail acct. of gmail. I leave a note here if you hit this email first…..

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