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The Good Lie by Tom Rosenstiel

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Also by Tom Rosenstiel:

The Good Lie, February 2019
Hardcover
Shining City, March 2017
Hardcover
The New Ethics Of Journalism, August 2013
Paperback
Blur, September 2011
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The Good Lie
Tom Rosenstiel

Ecco
February 2019
On Sale: February 12, 2019
368 pages
ISBN: 0062475398
EAN: 9780062475398
Kindle: B079DR3Q7Y
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Thriller Political | Thriller Terrorism

An intelligent and propulsive international political thriller in which political fixer Peter Rena is hired by the president to investigate the bombing of an American military base overseas

When a shadowy American diplomatic complex is attacked in North Africa, the White House is besieged by accusations of incompetence and wild conspiracy theories. Eager to learn the truth, the president and his staff turn to Peter Rena and his partner, Randi Brooks. The investigators dive headfirst into the furtive world of foreign intelligence and national security, hoping to do it quietly. That becomes impossible, though, when it blows up into an all-out public scandal: Congress opens hearings and a tireless national security reporter publishes a bombshell exposé.

Now, Rena and Brooks are caught in the middle. The White House wants to prevent debilitating fallout for the president, the military appears to be in shutdown mode, the press is hungry for another big story, and rival politicians are plotting their next move. Rena learns the hard way that secrets in Washington come with a very high price.

With intelligence, style, and a breakneck pace, The Good Lie explores the contours of secrets, lies, and the dangers of a never-ending war.

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