Richard Hannay and Asquith, Hercule Poirot and Michael Collins, Billy Bunter and the Crash, Winfred Holtby and the Jarrow March, Lord Peter Wimsey and Lloyd George at Berchtesgarden, Colonel Blimp, Miss Brodie and Macmillan, Mountbatten and his Irish chauffeur O’Rafferty on the border of India, Biggles, Harold Wilson and a clockwork orange, Enoch Powell, Churchill and David Bowie meet together in stories that make a path from the First World War to the Seventies, shedding surprising light on the formation of the present.

Roger Norman has a deft and erudite touch and writes outside of political conventions.

Publisher: Sundial Press