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"The Fifty Shades of Grey of political novels"
-- CNN Starting Point

"Bridget Siegel is a true political campaign insider and she has seen it ALL! Her novel, Domestic Affairs, is a fun, provocative read and offers a rare glimpse into what really goes on behind the scenes of political campaigns -- the good, the bad, and everything in between."
-- Terry McAuliffe, formerchair of the Democratic National Committee

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"A gossipy insider's view of a political campaign."
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"Bridget Siegel has probably spent too much time in the company of politicians, but her reward was to find enough material to write about her own presidential candidate, an adulterous southerner with major-league hair, impressive blue eyes, and great-sounding empathic ideals -- in other words, someone who couldn't possibly be based on a real person."
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