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'Plague is good fun, with some lovely insights into how the historic buildings and some of the people in the Palace of Westminster work.' Mike Naworynsky, former Deputy Serjeant at Arms, Palace of Westminster
'If it's excitement and mystery you're after, try the bang up to date and very topical Plague.' Time & Leisure magazine
'Fascinating and authoritative insider view of modern power politics that is all too frighteningly prescient. A gripping read.' VB Grey, author of Tell Me How It Ends
'Absolutely enthralling...Thought provoking and genius - thank you Julie Anderson!' Barbara Pidgeon, author of Shakti Manifest
'Loved the tension in the story which gripped right to the end. Very accurate description of Westminster, especially how easy it is to get lost.' Lord Collins of Highbury
Dr Noir (aka Jacky Collins), 'highly recommends it.'
Bestselling author of Sirens, Annamarie Neary, 'This is a tense parliamentary thriller with the sour tang of authenticity.'
'Intriguing and multi-layered, the plot is extremely topical and the stakes could not be higher.' Playwright David Armstrong
'A whodunnit and a love story all infused with a helping of plague and set in, around and beneath the corridors of power. What more could you possibly want?' Steve Sheppard, author A Very Important Teapot
In this thrilling murder mystery power, money and love curdle into a deadly brew that could bring down the Mother of all Parliaments. Work on a London tube line is halted by the discovery of an ancient plague pit and in it, a very recent corpse. A day later another body is found, also in a plague pit. This victim is linked to the Palace of Westminster, where rumours swirl around the Prime Minister and his rivals. As the number of deaths climbs, the media stokes fear. Government assurances are disbelieved. Everyone feels threatened. A disgraced civil servant and a policeman must find the answer before Westminster closes for recess. Time is running out. And it’s not clear what – or who – will survive.