Loading the content...
Navigation
Account
Cart 0 items for £0.00

No products in the cart.

State of Crisis

‹Return to Previous Page
Description

Description

Who would attempt to subvert an independent nation? How would they go about it? This political thriller is set in Scotland sometime in the future and is the sequel to State of Emergency.

***

Richard Drysdale has drawn his inspiration from recent political events in different parts of the world to write this work of imagination. So many people asked for a sequel to State of Emergency that Richard felt compelled to write one.

He is a historian with a strong interest in current affairs and politics, especially those of Scotland and the UK. He is a biker and is well-travelled with a particular fascination of Italy and India.

Reviews (0)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “State of Crisis”

Returns & Delivery
Returns and Exchanges
Book not reached you in pristine condition? Ordered something by mistake? Please just get in touch with us to see how we can help: info@lumphananpress.co.uk Thanks very much!  

Related Products

Product description

‘Robert James Muldoon. That’s me. Sixteen years auld, four feet three wi bright red hair an legs like a chicken…’

Read More

Quick View

Life in the Gorbals – The Complete Bobby Muldoon Trilogy

‘Robert James Muldoon. That’s me. Sixteen years auld, four feet three wi bright red hair an legs like a chicken…’
£9.99 Add to basket

Product description

All Which is Truth describes eighteen murder cases that went to trial in Forfar­shire (Angus), Scotland in the nineteenth century.

Read More

Quick View

All Which is Truth

All Which is Truth describes eighteen murder cases that went to trial in Forfar­shire (Angus), Scotland in the nineteenth century.
£12.99 Add to basket

Product description

At school and university, Ian Barclay develops a passion for literature. He teaches in London and Glasgow but his career and life are frustrated and thwarted by others. He turns ...

Read More

Quick View

The Wrackful Tenancy

At school and university, Ian Barclay develops a passion for literature. He teaches in London and Glasgow but his career and life are frustrated and thwarted by others. He turns to alcohol – spiralling into depression, conveyed by imagined cross-examinations of figures from literature. Has he been treated unfairly, betrayed...
£8.00 Add to basket
Eye for an Eye by Roy Burnett - Cover

Product description

Eye for an Eye follows Scottish ex-army officer Rory McAdam as he leads the fight against a key financial source of Middle-East terrorism. Covering ground from Royal Deeside through Europe ...

Read More

Quick View

Eye for an Eye

Eye for an Eye follows Scottish ex-army officer Rory McAdam as he leads the fight against a key financial source of Middle-East terrorism. Covering ground from Royal Deeside through Europe to Afghanistan and ISIS-occupied Iraq, this fast moving international thriller is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your...
£7.99 Add to basket
Out of stock

Product description

Legendary Doric poet and author Douglas Kynoch returns with his latest collection of poetry and short stories.

Read More

Quick View

Simmer Ootin and Other Scots Writings

Legendary Doric poet and author Douglas Kynoch returns with his latest collection of poetry and short stories.
£7.99 Read more

Product description

‘Robert James Muldoon. That’s me. Sixteen years auld, four feet three wi bright red hair an legs like a chicken...’

Read More

Quick View

Fame and Fortune in the Gorbals

‘Robert James Muldoon. That’s me. Sixteen years auld, four feet three wi bright red hair an legs like a chicken...’
£6.99 Add to basket
Cover of A Divided Corner by Charles DobsonCover of A Divided Corner by Charles DobsonCover of A Divided Corner by Charles DobsonCover of A Divided Corner by Charles Dobson

Product description

Ireland. Early 1980s. British Intelligence seek to penetrate the leadership of the IRA. Through his burgeoning relationship with a Belfast university lecturer, herself a British agent, a choirmaster from Derry ...

Read More

Quick View

A Divided Corner

Ireland. Early 1980s. British Intelligence seek to penetrate the leadership of the IRA. Through his burgeoning relationship with a Belfast university lecturer, herself a British agent, a choirmaster from Derry is identified as a possible candidate. The relationship between these two, inspired by their shared passion for music, is encouraged...
£9.00 Add to basket
Out of stock Weaving Words

Product description

An anthology by Huntly Writers, featuring a diverse range of poetry and prose from both established and emerging local authors. Please order through the Huntly Writers website.

Read More

Quick View

Weaving Words

An anthology by Huntly Writers, featuring a diverse range of poetry and prose from both established and emerging local authors. Please order through the Huntly Writers website.
£7.99 Read more