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The Postmaster General

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Hilaire Belloc

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 286 pages

File size: 3.7 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This novel tells of that simple person Wilfrid Halterton, Postmaster-General in Mrs. Boulanger’s second administration, that of 1960.The placing of the big Television Contract comes within the domain of the Post Office, and Halterton is soon deeply involved in a tangle of intrigue where his simplicity makes him an easy victim to clever financiers and politicians.Belloc enthusiasts and others alike will welcome such characters as Honest Jack Williams, the Home Secretary – Lord Papworthy, Permanent Minister for Fine Arts – James Haggismuir McAuley, financier, and many others.Arthur Lawson and his brother Jacob, and their relations with Halterton, introduce a markedly original note and give this book a distinction above its predecessors.

This novel tells of that simple person Wilfrid Halterton, Postmaster-General in Mrs. Boulanger’s second administration, that of 1960.The placing of the big Television Contract comes within the domain of the Post Office, and Halterton is soon deeply involved in a tangle of intrigue where his simplicity makes him an easy victim to clever financiers and politicians.Belloc enthusiasts and others alike will welcome such characters as Honest Jack Williams, the Home Secretary… (more)

This novel tells of that simple person Wilfrid Halterton, Postmaster-General in Mrs. Boulanger’s second administration, that of 1960.The placing of the big Television Contract comes within the domain of the Post Office, and Halterton is soon deeply involved in a tangle of intrigue where his simplicity makes him an easy victim to clever financiers and politicians.Belloc enthusiasts and others alike will welcome such characters as Honest Jack Williams, the Home Secretary – Lord Papworthy, Permanent Minister for Fine Arts – James Haggismuir McAuley, financier, and many others.Arthur Lawson and his brother Jacob, and their relations with Halterton, introduce a markedly original note and give this book a distinction above its predecessors.

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