Featured in The NY Times magazine!The Devil Wears Prada meets Catch-22; a novel about a young woman’s journey into the heart of Washington’s war machine.Dr. Heather Reilly has been an anti-war activist since her brother died fighting the Taliban. But her crushing student loans drive her to take a job working on a peace plan for Afghanistan, in the last place on Earth she ever thought she'd be empl...
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Post Hill Press (September 25, 2018)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 139134
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An insider’s peek into the DC national security world with plenty of relatable as well as surprising (shocking?) characters. Idealism clashes with bureaucracy, personal struggles with professional, and a young woman’s formative first job in the Penta...
entagon. On her first day, however, her position is eliminated and she’s shuffled to a war-fighting office focused on combating Russian aggression. Unfortunately, she knows little about Russia and has deep moral reservations about war. Making matters worse, she’s also working for Ariane Fletcher—a woman so terrifying, she eats generals for breakfast. As Heather learns to navigate the Pentagon’s insane bureaucracy and petty power struggles, she finds that her successes come at the expense of her personal life... and that small mistakes can have major consequences in the Department of Defense.From Washington D.C.'s corridors of power to the dusty streets of Kabul, Kathleen McInnis spins a smart, hilarious, and heartwarming tale that shines a light on the often frustrating but sometimes rewarding experience of a career in the Pentagon. Packed with insider knowledge about one of the least-known—yet most-powerful—organizations in U.S. national security, McInnis' debut novel establishes her as a major new literary voice with a point of view we've never seen before.