The Commissioner

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Ulverscroft Large Print Books, 1988 - Large type books - 448 pages
Despite having the largest majority in Britain, it began to look as though James Morton's career as a rising Conservative star was on the wane. His American wife, restless & ambitious, had already found consolation within the opposition. Then Morton is nominated as the British member for the E.E.C. Commission in Brussels. But the arrival of a particular manila envelope in the late-evening mail, stamps a spectacular change on Morton's fortunes. From that moment on he would be fighting for his political & personal life

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