Washington Dc


The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon, #3)
The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears
Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President
Lost in the City
All-American Girl (All-American Girl, #1)
State of the Onion (A White House Chef Mystery, #1)
Never Go Back (Jack Reacher, #18)
Hail to the Chef (A White House Chef Mystery, #2)
The Camel Club (Camel Club, #1)
This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral — plus plenty of valet parking! — in America’s Gilded Capital
The Collectors (Camel Club, #2)
Buffalo West Wing (A White House Chef Mystery, #4)
The Great Society Subway: A History of the Washington Metro
Eggsecutive Orders (A White House Chef Mystery, #3)
Roses are Red (Alex Cross, #6)
The Fairfax Fix by Dorothy May MercerTerm Limits by Vince FlynnDigital Fortress by Dan BrownYou Are the Love of My Life by Susan Richards Shrevethe Arlington Alias by Dorothy May Mercer
Books Set in Washington, D.C.
79 books — 47 voters
the Arlington Alias by Dorothy May MercerThe Fairfax Fix by Dorothy May MercerThe Girls' Guide to Love and Supper Clubs by Dana BateSammy's Hill by Kristin GoreRisking It All by Christi Barth
DC Fiction
85 books — 59 voters

Startup by Glenn OguraCaught in PRISM's Web by Derek A. LeistZero Alternative by Luca PesaroThe OSSI Model - The Gannon Transcripts by Kent SternNothing Personal by Mike Offit
Financial Thrillers
20 books — 24 voters
Domestic Affairs by Bridget SiegelPrimary Colors by AnonymousCapitol Hell by Alicia M. LongThe Girls' Guide to Love and Supper Clubs by Dana BateThe List by Karin Tanabe
Best Books Set In Washington D.C.
34 books — 12 voters

The First Madam President by Kenneth J. Kerr
Best Political Suspense Books
1 book — 1 voter



Washingtonians love the "So-and-so is spinning in his grave" cliché. Someone is always speculating about how some great dead American would be scandalized over some crime against How It Used to Be. The Founding Fathers are always spinning in their graves over something, as is Ronald Reagan, or FDR. Edward R. Murrow is a perennial grave spinner in the news business (though in fact, Murrow was cremated).
Mark Leibovich, This Town: Two Parties and a Funeral — plus plenty of valet parking! — in America’s Gilded Capital

Glenn Greenwald
When journalists are 'accused' of being 'advocates', that means: challenging and deviating from DC orthodoxies.
Glenn Greenwald

More quotes...
Nothing Like Hood Fiction from DMV Area! This group is designed to bring together authors living in DC, Maryland and Virginia. You know w…more

12 members, last active 2 months ago

All about the music and the people who made the scene.

4 members, last active 3 years ago

The Book Club Brunch The Book Club Brunch is another place to build community with bright minded individuals. The Boo…more

8 members, last active 2 years ago

DC Public Library A book group hosted by the DC Public Library. Join us to discuss and discover great books!

542 members, last active 21 days ago

My Vacation In Greater Detail
1 chapters — updated Mar 29, 2010 04:34PM — 0 people liked it
Visiting the Ghost of Puppyboy
1 chapters — updated Dec 17, 2010 07:55PM — 0 people liked it