The Sleep of Reason (Paperback)

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Co-written by one of the UK's leading counter-terrorism experts, The Sleep of Reason is a tense and compelling thriller about toxic politics and the radicalization of young men.

A brutal massacre at a theme park leaves eight dead and triggers a wave of extremist violence across Britain.

On the trail of the killer is Detective Superintendent Sophie Gabriel, who must confront her past as she races to stop rival Islamist and neo-Nazi terror groups bringing a deadly campaign of violence to Britain’s streets.

As community tensions rise, the coalition government appears to be exploiting the crisis for its own ends. In the midst of a political and media whirlwind, Gabriel and her team must stop a ruthless terrorist attack that could leave hundreds dead.

About the Author

As Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations in the Metropolitan Police, Sir Mark Rowley led the UK’s counter terrorism policing for four years (2014-18). During his time in office, the police prevented 27 Islamist and extreme right-wing plots and made 850 preventative interventions to combat radicalization.

David Derbyshire is an award-winning national newspaper journalist and has written features for The Sunday Times, the Times, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and The Observer. He was the 2004 Medical Journalist of the Year, and was joint winner of the 2008 Press Gazette Environmental Press Awards campaign of the year.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781800310124
ISBN-10: 1800310129
Publisher: Legend Press US
Publication Date: March 1st, 2023
Pages: 288
Language: English
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