Author(s): Stanley Johnson

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*TPB EXPORT EDITION* Stanley Johnson's latest political thriller Kompromat claims to recount the story of the most audacious geo-political coup since Genghis Khan and his hordes swept across Asia into Europe. The UK Referendum in June 2016, on Britain's membership of the EU, was a political showdown a British prime minister thought couldn't be lost. But the next morning Britain woke up to a shock result. Kompromat explores the skullduggery that might just have gone on behind the scenes.


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Bringing together the genres of satire and thriller, Johnson writes about events that seem incredibly close to the truth, from a US Presidential election that seems unwinnable, to Russian intereference in that and a UK referendum. The well-paced plot and humour will keep you laughing, even though fiction seems so close to fact.

Elisa, Book Grocer


`There are some novelists who, by instincts or study, understand perfectly the independent components of a thriller. Stanley Johnson is one of them.' * Daily Telegraph *

A former MEP, Stanley Johnson has written widely in both fiction and non-fiction. Previous thrillers are The Doomsday Project, The Marburg Virus, Tunnel and The Commissioner, which was made into a film starring John Hurt. He lives in London, and is the father of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

General Fields

  • : 9781786073600
  • : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • : Point Blank
  • : 0.418
  • : October 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Stanley Johnson
  • : Paperback
  • : near fine
  • : 320
  • : F