Author: Bernard McGrath
Donal Brady is Taoiseach – Prime Minister – of Ireland.
In the national interest he is trying to tackle the best kept political secret, but things are not quite going according to plan.
In his constant attempts to enforce his leadership, he’s dogged by the literary shadow of Adolph Hitler, a priest seemingly with a hot line to St Patrick, a journalist determined to uncover the truth and a diplomatic disaster in Galway.
While Donal Brady struggles to rein in those with dark intent his plans to drag Irish politics into the modern world are being thwarted; has he bitten off far more than he can chew?
What others say…
“This novel is an entertaining, contemporary Irish political satire, that houses a lot of home truths about the political situation in Ireland”
– Hollie Kiernan
“…has a bit of a ring of truth about it!”
– Anglo Celt
“Beautifully written, intriguing, and a delight to read. Let us have more of the same…”
– Hugo Mant