The Lords’ Day

By Michael Dobbs

An entirely gripping and amazingly authentic thriller about what happens when the State Opening of Parliament really doesn’t go to plan.
~ Her Majesty Queen Camilla
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Publish Date: 2007

The State Opening of Parliament. The most magnificent royal occasion of the year. The most powerful people in the land are gathering in one room, the House of Lords. And none of them know they are about to endure the most terrifying day of their lives.

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