Item #353111 To Play the King (House of Cards). Michael Dobbs.

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To Play the King (House of Cards)

Book Condition: NEW
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark, June 2014.
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 1492606642

The #1 International Bestseller from the Executive Producer of the hit Netflix series House of Cards.

Francis Urquhart is back and the newly elected Prime Minister continues his climb to power. This time he will take on the King himself, threatening to expose Royal secrets. This game is winner-takes-all, but who will walk away the victor?

The role of the monarchy in modern Britain comes under scrutiny as Prime Minister Francis Urquhart threatens to expose Royal secrets when his plans are blocked by the idealistic new King. Their differences of opinion quickly degenerate into open hostility.

The battlefield ranges from architecture to the underprivileged; the battle is fought with rigged opinion polls, manipulated newspaper headlines, sexual scandal and economic brinkmanship as Urquhart sets out to destroy not only the King's family and friends but even the King himself.

Continuing the dark tale of greed, corruption, and unquenchable ambition, To Play the King reveals that no matter the country, politics, intrigue and passion reign in the corridors of power. An explosive political thriller, fans of Vince Flynn, David Baldacci and Robert Ludlum will enjoy this second tale of Urquhart's intrigues and schemes.

As a former advisor to Margaret Thatcher, Conservative Party Chief of Staff, and now peer of the realm and Conservative member of the House of Lords, Baron Dobbs provides an insider look at the twists and turns of British politics.

Other books in the House of Cards series:

House of Cards, Book 1 - The dark, twisting schemes of a politician determined to succeed

To Play The King, Book 2 - Newly elected Prime Minister plots to take on the Monarchy to grab even more power

The Final Cut, Book 3 - The perfect finale to this twisted trilogy, Urquhart refuses to close his career quietly


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