If there’s anybody who knows the history–and the histrionics–of the Washington media, it’s Bob Levey.
If there’s anybody who understands both the inherent attraction and the inevitable temptations of politics, it’s Bob Levey.
And so it is appropriate–and timely–that the former Washington Post columnist and TV-radio commentator has published his first novel about a longtime D.C. journalist who decides to run for Congress in Montgomery County, Maryland.
Larry Felder, Candidate offers penetrating insights into the contemporary worlds of journalism and politics. The book traces the personal and professional challenges of a career newspaper columnist who decides to leave his comfort zone to pursue a more meaningful calling. Little does he know what lies around the corner.