A fiercely satirical novel by one of the Britain's greatest living writers chronicles the behind-the-scenes machinations of a secretive organization with plans to dominate the world. By the author of A Song of Stone and The Wasp Factory. Reprint. 12, 500 first printing.It would make getting around difficult but on the other hand it might hold off the Prince for another day or two. At least it hadna#39;t stopped the palace generator from working. Electric power: hot water and a working hair-dryer. I treated myself to my second shower in twelve hours, lost myself within the comforting hum of the hair- dryer, then hesitated when it ... By the time I was squeaking through the snow in the main courtyard the weather had abated somewhat; the wind had dropped andanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2001-11-13|