Francis Urquhart is determined to be the next Prime Minister after Thatcher. Mattie Storin, a political correspondent, is equally determined to reveal a story of greed, corruption, blackmail and possibly murder. The author worked as a journalist during Watergate and as an advisor to Mrs Thatcher.
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'This blood-and-thunder tale, lifelike and thoroughly cynical, certainly carries the ring of authenticity ... a great triumph.' - Independent
'The exciting thriller that has Westminster buzzing. Here is a political thriller writer with a marvellous inside track knowledge of government.' - Daily Express
'It has pace, a beguiling authenticity and a cast of Achilles heels.' - Daily Telegraph
'What a brilliant creation F.U. is.' - Sunday TelegraphAbout the Author:
Michael Dobbs has carved out a unique niche as the country's leading political thriller writer, with a reputation for always being at the right hand of political controversy. In 1979 he was at Mrs Thatcher's side as she took her first step into Downing Street as Prime Minister, and in 1994 John Major appointed him Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party. One newspaper described him as `Westminster's baby-faced hitman'.
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