Susan Coll

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The Washington Post
For fans of ‘Veep,’ Grant Ginder’s new novel is just the thing

Let’s Not Do That Again” is a political comedy of manners that reads like the love child of Page Six and a long episode of “Veep.” I mean this in the best possible way. If you like your humor dark and take guilty pleasure in imagining the messy lives of others, you will enjoy Grant Ginder’s fifth novel.

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