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Publisher’s Weekly

“Taut, convincing follow-up to 2017’s well-received Shining City… Political thriller fans will be more than satisfied.”

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New York Journal of Books

“A riveting description of what really happens behind those closed doors of Washington’s flawed and dysfunctional and traditions”

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The Associated Press

“Recreating a convoluted disaster like this diplomatic attack and the subsequent “Star Chamber” inquiries, with its paralysis of guilt and suspicion, is no easy feat.”

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“Gripping, sinister, and so chillingly possible… that only a true Washington insider could have written it. The talented Rosenstiel brings his reporter’s clarity and insight to this twist and provocative thriller.…”

From the nationally best-selling author of TRUST ME

Hank Phillippi Ryan

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“Smart, assured, and perfectly attuned to today’s toxic politics….”

From the author of Safe Houses

Dan Fesperman

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NYP February 9, 2019 roundup of Best Books of the Week, including The Good Lie.

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New York Post

Amy Brady names The Good Lie one of Winter 2019’s best thrillers.

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Chicago Review of Books

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“The Good Lie is the best-written, spot-on and timely political thriller to come along since Robert Penn Warren wrote All the King’s Men.”

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Mysterious Book Report