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Innocent in the House by Andy McSmith

Innocent in the House

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Innocent in the House by Andy McSmith
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Dec 17, 2002 | ISBN 9781859844915

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“McSmith is a great writer and there’s lots to hold your interest, not to mention the fun to be had spotting appearances by the real New Labour stars.”—Punch

“A smart tale of mishaps and successes.”—The Guardian

“… a brilliantly clever and wickedly indiscreet novel about New Labour.”—’The Browser’, The Observer

“… not only offers a rattling good yarn but provides more insight into the inner workings of Westminster than many accounts of political progress.”—The Scotsman

“Smollet could hardly have contrived it better.”—Paul Routledge, The Spectator

“This is the first novel; he should have started long ago. His background as a Labour press officer, then working for the Mirror, the Observer and now the Daily Telegraph, makes him uniquely qualified to write about the shenanigans, cruelties and hypocrisies of the political world.”—Edwina Currie, The New Statesman

“Curl up and enjoy.”—Gyles Brandreth, The Good Boook Guide

Innocent in the House is a sumptuous, barely fictional account of Commons life under New Labour—a filthy press, plenty of sex, and the politics ground to pieces in a highly readable vortex of coke snorting, spin doctoring and intrigue. I thoroughly enjoyed it.”—Jon Snow, Observer Books of the Year

“A comic gem, a kind of Primary Colors that shrewdly lays bare the day-to-day maneuverings of Parliament’s power elite.”—Mark Rozzo, The Los Angeles Times Book Review

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