Book: The Westminster Poisonings by Michael Vidalcategories: Book, Westminster, Poisonings, Mushrooms, Terrorist, Prime Minister, Fiction
Michael Vidalabout this book: This book is based around a fictional plot to poison members of the British Parliament by poisoning the food. There is also another subplot surrounding the existence of a militant terrorist group which plans to blow up Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament. The book introduces a fictional police unit called the Office of the Chief Investigator. This group have a robust way of dealing with prisoners who do not answer questions.
The principal character is a no nonsense female whose name is not given but it is indicated that her Father is a member of the British Aristocracy and she has a brother who works for MI5. Although she does not like prisoners to swear she is not adverse at using the odd one herself.
Due to the occasional use of strong language this book is not suitable for readers under the age of 18. It should be noted that the method of poisoning mentioned in the book is not one that should be used.
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