All posts filed under: Books

Counter Coup

When Robber Earl falls at the last fence at Bangor-on-Dee everybody suspects foul play and blames the jockey, Bendon Donoughue. Everybody, that is, except Brendon himself. He knows that he did nothing wrong – or even unusual. Brendon finds surprising allies in a Labour Lord and his daughter. The Champion jockey has only a few […]

In The Corridors of Power

David Lipsey has moved in the corridors of power for over forty years. Political adviser in his twenties to a Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister, then seventeen years a senior journalist including on The Times and The Economist and finally over a decade as a Labour peer, he has seen most of the angles, and […]