Books by William F. Gavin

William F. Gavin is a former speechwriter for Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. For eighteen years he was a senior aide to former House Minority Leader Robert Michel. He lives in McLean, Virginia.


FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 13, 2006

"A skewering of far-left politics that's best when it sticks to behind-the-scenes machinations in Washington, worst when it dips into ideology."
Part-time cokehead, small-time gambler and sort-of-full-time speechwriter Peter Holmes Dickinson ("of the Main Line Dickinsons") juggles his women, his money and his ideologically wayward clients. Read full book review >
ONE HELL OF A CANDIDATE by William F. Gavin
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 1, 2003

"Built for fun."
Former Nixon and Reagan speechwriter Gavin debuts with the story of a political campaign filled with zany characters and impossible predicaments, all set in the apocryphal Sixth district of a southern state. Read full book review >