By Tom Black, Jack Tindale
Harold Wilson ruled British politics for nearly 20 years. His political ability observed him make strong enemies and sour opponents, either contained in the Labour social gathering and out. Conspiracy theorists, a few in very excessive areas, even circulated rumours that he used to be an agent of the Soviet Union. actually, after all, there has been now not a shred of fact to those malicious claims.
But what if there had been?
In Agent Lavender, Harold Wilson flees Whitehall at midnight, with MI5 and the police quickly in scorching pursuit. happening in past due 1975 in a Britain weary of exchange union disputes and petrified of army coups, the institution needs to movement fast to revive order with out showing heavy-handed. yet on the other hand, the leading Minister has simply been outed as a communist spy…
Part-historical epic, part-pulpy mystery, and that includes a cavalcade of Seventies public figures from Enoch Powell and Gerald Ford to Jack Jones and Michael Bentine, Agent Lavender takes readers right into a maelstrom of intrigue, civil disobedience, satire, chilly struggle tensions, and downright farce.
The winner of 8 Turtledove Awards together with most sensible tale, most sensible chilly conflict Timeline and a number of most sensible personality awards, this acclaimed exchange background novel blends politics with espionage and provides a sprinkle of the absurd.