In an alternative London, the Queen is forced to take matters into her own hands when a military threat arises during a power vacuum. Fringe politician Harold Stone and his tiny party are unexpectedly thrust into government, and must learn the ropes quickly. But how will public opinion react? And why are all the ravens suddenly leaving the Tower of London?
A chilling read at a time when faith in politicians is dwindling, Conspiracy breathes new life into the long-standing tradition of the Westminster political thriller, taking it to unexpected conclusions.
Perfect for fans of Jonathan Coe, Tom Watson, Imogen Robertson and S. J. Bennett.