Praise for The Good Lie

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 twisty and provocative thriller exposing the darkest side of politics.

— Hank Phillippi Ryan, author of Trust Me

Smart, assured and perfectly attuned to today’s toxic politics, The Good Lie hurtles along with the insider excitement of a tell-all Washington blockbuster.

— Dan Fesperman, author of Safe Houses

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

— Publishers Weekly

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

—  New York Journal of Books

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.

— The Associated Press

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.

—   Mysterious Book Report

The Series