Single to Westminster, via Berlin by Mike Cunningham

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Synopsis

Mike Cunningham has been married to his beloved
Jacqueline for 42 years. He is the father of three adult kids and two dynamite grandsons. A writer for over twenty years, with a drawerfull of rejection letters to prove it, he has always believed that the writing ain’t the difficult bit; the hard part is finally seeing your name in print.

The inventions of an audio technology genius
tape-record the memories and philosophies of Adolf
Hitler. The taped voice, and all the signals from this
special tape go straight into the subconscious memory
and mind of a young street battler named Charlie
Watson, active in Right-wing politics and activities, these
opinions being inherited from his late father.
Charlie changes his approach to politics, and
becomes a mesmerising speaker, who stands for
Parliament, and scores an astounding victory.
After a ‘Morals’ scandal and a General Election,
Charlie’s party comes out with nine seats, and form a
coalition with the Tories.
The story tells of Charlie’s passage from a streetfighter
to the very bases of Power in Britain today,
encompassing the ‘Westminster expenses’ scandal, a
British version of 9/11, and his Party’s actions in Europe.
One theme behind ‘Single to Westminster, via
Berlin’ is the battle against the encroaching powers of the
European Union, as well as the power of the State against
the individual.
 

About Mike Cunningham

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Cunningham is President and CEO of Harvard Computing Group. He has over 20 years of experience in the development and delivery of complex software systems. He is a sought after speaker and regularly contributes to IT and e-commerce magazines.
 
Published August 26, 2010 by YouWriteOn. 454 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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