Books by Charles Robbins

THE U.S. SENATE by Tom Daschle
Released: Jan. 22, 2013

"Primarily intended for high school seniors and college freshman, but also a useful primer for a broader audience interested in learning about a government institution that is suffering from record-low approval ratings."
In the second in the publisher's Fundamentals of American Government series, former Senate Majority Leader Daschle (Getting it Done, 2010, etc.) and ex-congressional staffer Robbins collaborate to explain the Senate. Read full book review >
THE ACCOMPLICE by Charles Robbins
Released: Sept. 4, 2012

"Perfectly timed for the 2012 election, this book sets itself apart from most political thrillers with equal parts insight and imagination."
Having possibly cost his previous candidate an election, Henry Hatten thinks he's lucky to land a job as press secretary for presidential contender Tom Peele, a moderate Republican senator from Nebraska with Kennedy-esque looks and charm. But what Hatten has landed in is a world of trouble. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 2012

"A highly readable battle cry from the moderate center—and timely, given the tenor of politics today."
Senator Specter, swept out of office in 2010, takes a hard look at what happened—and at the collapse, as he sees it, of civil politics. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 2000

"One too many war stories, but fun for political junkies. (16 pp. photos, not seen)"
After confessing that he has a "fetish for facts," Senator Specter (R-Penn.) proceeds to dish up plenty of them in this hefty memoir. Read full book review >