Harry Clarke is the iconic symbol of resistance against the brutal regime of extreme right-wing Prime Minister Lawrence Pelham. Imprisoned and put on trial for his life by a military court, Harry fears that he will not live to see his son again.
In the corridors of power, Pelham's dictatorship, propped up by a ruthless Secret Police and paramilitary forces, is decaying from within. Exposed to cyber attacks and covert dissent, the foundations of his power are being eaten away.
As Pelham's regime threatens to collapse, the United Nations seize on an opportunity designed to remove him from power, uncovering terrible atrocities. Pelham, moves strategically, using Harry as an unwitting pawn in a lethal game of political chess with the UN. Forced into a last stand, and fighting a battle from within his own party, Pelham threatens the unthinkable. A desperate race against time ensues as the battle for supremacy is extended beyond Britain's shores.
About the Author
Paul Michael Dubal settled in Ontario in 2008 from the United Kingdom with his wife and two children. His day job takes place in the corporate legal field in Toronto but he is even more creative outside the office. Paul’s first novel, Crimes Against Humanity is a critically acclaimed thriller about human trafficking in Canada. He has recently completed the explosive Dictator of Britain trilogy, a dystopian vision of a near future Britain. Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldubal and Facebook: Paul Michael Dubal