Mid twenty-first century Britain is a very dark place, where economic and social breakdown has led to a single-party state isolated from the rest of the world. Law is enforced by the State Security Force, with all opposition to the Government brutally put down. Against this background, 'the Voice of the People' is an underground resistance group struggling to gather sufficient support to challenge Robert Broughton and his Britain party, and investigative journalist Eddie Thompson is their greatest propaganda asset. As he pushes for ever more sensational stories in support of the cause, he finds himself on the wrong side of a vengeful system. Not even he is prepared for what he finds on the other side.
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About the Author
Born and educated in Glasgow, on leaving school I joined the Royal Navy, and served in the Fleet Air Arm. I left as a Lieutenant after 21 years, during which time I served in many parts of the world. Thereafter, I took a string of engineering jobs in the private sector, before moving to the Middle East, where I worked for 11 years. I am currently living in a small town close to Alicante in Spain, concentrating on writing.