Charles Robbins is the author of the political thriller The Accomplice ("A must-read" – Publishers Weekly starred, boxed review) and coauthor of three nonfiction books with U.S. Senators, including The U.S. Senate with former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle.
He began his career covering police and politics for daily newspapers in Nebraska and New York, then ran press operations for two Congressmen, a gubernatorial campaign, a Senator, and a presidential campaign. As a Navy officer, he wrote speeches for the Secretary of the Navy. He is a graduate of Princeton University, where was editor-in-chief of The Nassau Literary Review, the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and the master of fine arts program at Queens University of Charlotte. He lives in Washington, DC.
An eager politico finds himself on the rise only to discover the perilous costs of success.
" . . . A riveting look at how love, lust, and murder can derail a presidential campaign." (Publishers Weekly, starred review)
The U.S. Senate (with Sen. Tom Daschle)2013
Life Among the Cannibals (with Sen. Arlen Specter)2012
Passion for Truth (with Sen. Arlen Specter)2000