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The Enemy Within

George Fairbrother

Veteran Geordie lobby correspondent, Alf Burton, has long had to balance his personal friendship with Conservative Home Secretary, Sir Norman Armstrong.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-518-1
Published : 25/06/2020
Pages : 356
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


George Fairbrother

George Fairbrother held a variety of jobs before turning his hand to writing. His interest in politics and history was inspired, from afar, by the works of Alan Bleasdale, Peter Flannery, Ken Loach and many others.

When not working at the computer, he enjoys spending time outdoors, organic gardening, cooking, walking, listening to Status Quo, and reading Patrick O'Brian.

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Veteran Geordie lobby correspondent, Alf Burton, has long had to balance his personal friendship with Conservative Home Secretary, Sir Norman Armstrong, with his political views and background. Anti-Thatcherite, working-class champion, crusading journalist and political commentator, his role as national radio presenter and interviewer for one of the leading Tory Party donors, heightens the tension further. Especially when the Home Office plans to enforce mass redundancies in shipbuilding hot on the heels of the bitter Miners' Strike of 1984-5. His already divided loyalties are stretched to the limit as his journalistic powers are enlisted to investigate the suspicious wartime death and disappearance of a Scotland Yard detective on the point of uncovering disturbing information concerning respected political dynasties at the heart of government. His search reveals a complex web of police corruption, organised crime and a secret society, from which extricating himself is not an option.

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