UK CELEBRITY – Dominic Raab’s former Chief Of Staff launches latest highly-charged novel

Nick De Bois

It’s the book that British politicians can’t put down…

Fatal Ambition is the latest book by former Conservative MP Nick de Bois, but Nick hasn’t always been buried in his keyboard writing highly-charged, dynamic novels

As Chief of Staff to Dominic Raab and Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, you’d be hard pushed to find someone who has emersed themselves in politics that he has – never shy to be vocal. 

Nick on TalkRADIO

And for this former MP for Enfield North, championing changes in the laws of Knife Crime truly shows that Nick isn’t afraid of getting behind something he believes in. 

So from the gossip and competition of the political world to the rising stars of the House of Commons, Nick took inspiration from his illustrious career to write his first book, Confessions of a Recovering MP

Following its brilliant success, Nick has now penned crime thriller Fatal Ambition, stirring the political world into a further spin.

Does anyone think it’s possible to cover up leadership challenge?

Watch three best friends, Tom, Scott and Beth with the closest bonds – ‘The Troika’ – but each with secrets and incredible revelations. 

Living in a time post-Brexit and post-pandemic, there are trade deals and economic problems with their own consequences. 

But who will pay that fatal cost? It’s certain that after the untimely death of his brother, James Cleaver’s ambitions have accelerated. But will Beth be there to bring him down? 

Who is prepared to sell their souls for more determination and power?

The future of the UK government is at the highest risk…

Absorb yourself in this story and be part of the backdrop for the greatest betrayal of the country.

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