Books on Washington, D.C. by
Anthony S. Pitch

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Anthony S. Pitch writes with a passion, compulsion and enjoyment. Whether it be his epics on American history featured on national television and radio, or his light-hearted look at Washington’s political make-up, all of his non-fiction books have an engaging appeal.

There is something for everyone, whether it be the riveting drama of Lincoln’s assassination; the burning of the White House by enemy invaders, followed by the birth of the national anthem at Fort McHenry; entertaining anecdotes of Congress and its Capitol Hill neighbors; concise guidebooks on Washington, D.C. and the historic neighborhood of Georgetown; or his series of trivia books, with teasing questions and answers on the White House, Presidents, First Ladies, the U.S. Capitol, and Washington, D.C.

This website provides a sketch of each book, with links to rave reviews and to Amazon.com or Mino Publications for purchase at discounted prices.