"..an exciting and gripping story, with an unexpected twist in its tail."
It is the State Opening of Parliament, and the great and the good are all assembled in the House of Lords to hear the Queen deliver the Queen's Speech to the members of her House of Lords and as many members of the House of Commons as can be squeezed into the Upper Chamber: an ideal opportunity for terrorists to make an emphatic point about the treatment of their families in their homeland...
It is also an opportunity for money to be made and revenge executed in unexpected quarters. Enter Harry Jones, a wealthy, intelligent man of action who puts all his experience in the armed forces and as a Member of Parliament at the service of the accumulated powers that set out to defend the land.
Add a touch of political backstabbing and power struggles, a dash of tension and violent action, and you have a recipe for an exciting and gripping story, with an unexpected twist in its tail.