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A Very English Revolution Joe Barker a journalist receives a message from a long forgotten girlfriend. When Joe replies he discovers Jenny has been killed in a tragic accident. He returns to Manchester to attend the funeral, where he finds Jenny's younger sister Sarah and a mystery connecting a thirty year old body to the rise of a new pressure group reasserting the Christian faith on an apathetic nation. Convinced that Jenny's death may not have been an accident Joe and Sarah question why someone might not want the story told.Across the Pennines in Leeds, a bi-election opens an opportunity for Lucy Sayers, a radical new-look nationalist candidate to win a seat in parliament. Rachel Lancaster, a legal researcher skilled in exposing corruption in local institutions, is suspicious of how far Sayers is prepared to go, to win.A terrifying incident tears open the social and political fabric of multi-cultural Leeds. The dramatic fallout plummet's Joe and Rachel into the firing line, now the only ones who can see the real story and stop the unthinkable from happening.A thrilling fictional story of murder, betrayal, and corruption in its own right but also a stark warning of how the realities of the immigration debate, could plunge the UK into a dangerous revolution. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher / Krimis & Thriller / Kriminalromane 978-1-908200-08-2, Mirador Publishing

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A Very English Revolution Joe Barker a journalist receives a message from a long forgotten girlfriend. When Joe replies he discovers Jenny has been killed in a tragic accident. He returns to Manchester to attend the funeral, where he finds Jenny's younger sister Sarah and a mystery connecting a thirty year old body to the rise of a new pressure group reasserting the Christian faith on an apathetic nation. Convinced that Jenny's death may not have been an accident Joe and Sarah question why someone might not want the story told.Across the Pennines in Leeds, a bi-election opens an opportunity for Lucy Sayers, a radical new-look nationalist candidate to win a seat in parliament. Rachel Lancaster, a legal researcher skilled in exposing corruption in local institutions, is suspicious of how far Sayers is prepared to go, to win.A terrifying incident tears open the social and political fabric of multi-cultural Leeds. The dramatic fallout plummet's Joe and Rachel into the firing line, now the only ones who can see the real story and stop the unthinkable from happening.A thrilling fictional story of murder, betrayal, and corruption in its own right but also a stark warning of how the realities of the immigration debate, could plunge the UK into a dangerous revolution. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher / Krimis & Thriller / Thriller 978-1-908200-08-2, Mirador Publishing

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Joe Barker a journalist receives a message from a long forgotten girlfriend. When Joe replies he discovers Jenny has been killed in a tragic accident. He returns to Manchester to attend the funeral, where he finds Jenny´s younger sister Sarah and a mystery connecting a thirty year old body to the rise of a new pressure group reasserting the Christian faith on an apathetic nation. Convinced that Jenny´s death may not have been an accident Joe and Sarah question why someone might not want the story told.Across the Pennines in Leeds, a bi-election opens an opportunity for Lucy Sayers, a radical new-look nationalist candidate to win a seat in parliament. Rachel Lancaster, a legal researcher skilled in exposing corruption in local institutions, is suspicious of how far Sayers is prepared to go, to win.A terrifying incident tears open the social and political fabric of multi-cultural Leeds. The dramatic fallout plummet´s Joe and Rachel into the firing line, now the only ones who can see the real story and stop the unthinkable from happening.A thrilling fictional story of murder, betrayal, and corruption in its own right but also a stark warning of how the realities of the immigration debate, could plunge the UK into a dangerous revolution. A Very English Revolution Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Krimis & Thriller>Kriminalromane, Mirador Publishing

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Joe Barker a journalist receives a message from a long forgotten girlfriend. When Joe replies he discovers Jenny has been killed in a tragic accident. He returns to Manchester to attend the funeral, where he finds Jenny´s younger sister Sarah and a mystery connecting a thirty year old body to the rise of a new pressure group reasserting the Christian faith on an apathetic nation. Convinced that Jenny´s death may not have been an accident Joe and Sarah question why someone might not want the story told.Across the Pennines in Leeds, a bi-election opens an opportunity for Lucy Sayers, a radical new-look nationalist candidate to win a seat in parliament. Rachel Lancaster, a legal researcher skilled in exposing corruption in local institutions, is suspicious of how far Sayers is prepared to go, to win.A terrifying incident tears open the social and political fabric of multi-cultural Leeds. The dramatic fallout plummet´s Joe and Rachel into the firing line, now the only ones who can see the real story and stop the unthinkable from happening.A thrilling fictional story of murder, betrayal, and corruption in its own right but also a stark warning of how the realities of the immigration debate, could plunge the UK into a dangerous revolution. A Very English Revolution Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Krimis & Thriller>Thriller, Mirador Publishing

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Joe Barker a journalist receives a message from a long forgotten girlfriend. When Joe replies he discovers Jenny has been killed in a tragic accident. He returns to Manchester to attend the funeral, where he finds Jenny's younger sister Sarah and a mystery connecting a thirty year old body to the rise of a new pressure group reasserting the Christian faith on an apathetic nation. Convinced that Jenny's death may not have been an accident Joe and Sarah question why someone might not want the story told.Across the Pennines in Leeds, a bi-election opens an opportunity for Lucy Sayers, a radical new-look nationalist candidate to win a seat in parliament. Rachel Lancaster, a legal researcher skilled in exposing corruption in local institutions, is suspicious of how far Sayers is prepared to go, to win.A terrifying incident tears open the social and political fabric of multi-cultural Leeds. The dramatic fallout plummet's Joe and Rachel into the firing line, now the only ones who can see the real story and stop the unthinkable from happening.A thrilling fictional story of murder, betrayal, and corruption in its own right but also a stark warning of how the realities of the immigration debate, could plunge the UK into a dangerous revolution. A Very English Revolution Norris, S. G., Mirador Publishing

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A Very English Revolution

Joe Barker receives a message from a ex-girlfriend, but by the time he replies he discovers Jenny has been killed in a tragic accident. Convinced that Jenny's death may not have been an accident Joe and her sister, Sarah, question why someone might not want truth told.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781908200082
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1908200081
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: Mirador Publishing
342 Pages
Poids: 0,372 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1908200081

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-908200-08-1, 978-1-908200-08-2


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