Books by Garrett M. Graff

Released: Oct. 16, 2018

"Given the lack of developed policy, if you're alarmed by the thought of Russian election tampering in 2016, you're likely to be even more so come the midterms—and by this dire book."
"We cannot allow Vladimir Putin to ruin the internet for the rest of us." So warns the former assistant attorney general for national security in this urgent book. Read full book review >
Released: May 2, 2017

"Fans of Kiefer Sutherland, to say nothing of the X-Files and Terry Southern, will already know some of what Graff reveals here. For the rest, it's a frightening eye-opener."
When the missiles start raining down, don't look for your senator. As this spry but sobering book reveals, government officials will already be tucked away underground, ready to legislate in the ashes. Read full book review >
Released: March 28, 2011

"There's solid storytelling at work here—and quite a story to tell, too."
Action-filled, richly detailed portrait of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in its new guise—charged not just with solving crimes already committed, but now with preventing at least some of them. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 10, 2007

"A smart handbook for the politically plugged-in."
Having invented most modern technology, including the Internet, the United States is walking blind and backwards into the future, argues a former Howard Dean webmaster and current Washingtonian editor. Read full book review >