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The new Machiavelli —Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946.

Wells's 1911 novel traces the rise and fall of politician Richard Remington. From humble lower-class British beginnings, Remington rises with a marriage and political power. But soon he tumbles down losing his previous s...

Blame it on the Bossa Nova —Brodie, James.

Alex Marshall is in deep trouble. He's only a student drop out but in the space of two months he's been recruited as an agent by the Soviet, British and U.S secret services; just as the Cuba Crisis is building up to its ...

The cockroach —McEwan, Ian, author.

In this bitingly funny, Kafkaesque satire, Ian McEwan engages with scabrous humour a very recognizable political world and turns it on its head.

V for vendetta —Moore, Steve.

Imagine a Britain stripped of democracy, a world of the not-too-distant future, in which freedom was not lost but surrendered willingly to a totalitarian regime that rose to power by exploiting the people's worst fears a...

To play the king —Dobbs, Michael, 1950-
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Francis Urquhart, ruthlessly expedient politician and newly appointed Prime Minister, engages in a battle of wills with the new King. Sequel to H̀ouse of cards'.

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