The Brexit Conspiracies

January 20, 2017|
The Brexit Conspiracies
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The Brexit Conspiracies is a high concept novel of political intrigue. The action swings from Downing Street to Brussels, from Canary Wharf to Basel and from Frankfurt to D.C. In a fast paced story, set amid the Brexit crisis, various intergovernmental conspiracies and personal rivalries quickly surface. A range of powerful world figures is determined that Britain’s exit will not be smooth. The President of the EU has his eyes fixed on becoming President of France. A grouping of large European banks, backed by Russian oligarchs, is intent on eating Britain’s lunch by stealing its City base.
Alex Snark, an American émigré and political consultant, the no holds barred protagonist, is the mastermind behind the winning of the UK referendum. He follows that success with a carefully chosen candidate for the Party leadership. Scarlet Hogarth wins the day and he becomes Chief of Staff in Number Ten. Together, he and the prime minister carefully plot their initial contact with everyone from the civil service to the European bureaucracy.
In the high pressure, high stakes, world facing Snark and the PM, the dangers they can see are like ice bergs, nine tenths hidden below the surface. Corruption, ambition and financial intrigue are arrayed against Britain as it seeks to negotiate its exit from its decades’ long union. There is no help from old friends. POTUS in D.C. is up for election and is unable to openly intervene in a disintegrating world order. The Downing Street team must negotiate its way through countless difficulties and face down a plethora of powerful forces as it plots a shock and awe solution to resolving the Brexit negotiations. Confusion, deception and conspiracy reign supreme.

Title:The Brexit ConspiraciesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 20, 2017Publisher:DaveDoranAuthorLanguage:English

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