Goodfellowe MP

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HarperCollins, 1998 - Great Britain - 337 pages
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In an age where image is everything, Thomas Goodfellowe MP is not doing that well. Banned for drink-driving, hopelessly overdrawn and trying to manage a rebellious teenage, he has his hands completely full. When one of his neighbours, a young Chinese girl, is wrongly arrested for drugs and prostitution, it is Goodfellowe she turns to. His instinct to help those in need lands him in serious trouble - with the police, the Prime Minister, and with newspaper magnate Freddie Corsa. Trying to keep a low profile is difficult, especially since Corsa is out to ruin Goodfellowe financially, politically, sexually and above all publicly - on the front pages of his newspapers.

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Tom Goodfellowe emerges throughout this novel as that rare thing in the public perception, an MP who is driven by his conscience. We first meet him cycling to The House where he has been summoned on a ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Michael Dobbs was at Mrs Thatcher’s side as she took her first step into Downing Street as Prime Minister, and was a key aide to John Major when he was voted out. In between times he was bombed in Brighton, banished from Chequers and blamed for failing to secure a Blair-Major television debate. He is now one of the country’s leading political commentators.

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