An ambitious Conservative Junior Minister, Edward Dunsford, seems to be doing all the right things in his bid to become Foreign Secretary. Until, that is, a moment's sentimental weakness precipitates his career into chaos, his party into crisis and his own marriage onto the rocks. 'So skilfully do Hurd and Lamport expose Whitehall's nerve-ends that their dissection reveals more of the system's internal workings than all the outpourings of the political researchers thick on the Westminster beat' - Sunday TimesNobody repairs them. ... swept down anunusually smooth tarmac drive, and stoppedunder the featureless, concrete and brick box for which a Ministry of Works architect, twentyfive years before, had wonaprize as arewardfor imaginative design.
|Title||:||The Palace Of Enchantments|
|Author||:||Douglas Hurd, Stephen Lamport|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2013-04-04|