We Have Lost The President by Paul Mathews
London, 2044. Britain is a Republic. President Jan Polak has vanished overnight from Buckingham Palace, just weeks before an election. Has he been kidnapped? Killed? Or just overdone it with the vodka? One man is determined to find out - as soon as he's eaten his breakfast. His name is Pond. Howie Pond - the President’s official spokesperson and wannabe secret agent. With only a love of James Bond films and London pubs to guide him, Howie sets out on a mission to solve the missing-President mystery, while consuming at least three meals a day. But with his journalist girlfriend, Britt, soon onto the story, the race is on to see who gets to the truth first..! Amazon #1 Best Seller in British Humor & Satire, Comedy, Dark Comedy and Political Humor This debut comedy-thriller novel from English author Paul Mathews is packed with sharp British humor, crazy characters, dynamic dialogue and a mystery that will keep you guessing from beginning to end. You'll be transported to a low-tech, high-comedy, post-revolution Britain where the royals aren't welcome and Buckingham Palace is now the centre of government. As well as painting an intriguing vision of the future, the story also casts an eye to the present - mixing satire with traditional British comedy around the trials, tribulations and absurdities of everyday life. What The Reviews Say: "If you like British humor and still love a good suspense story, that's the book you are looking for. I'd say it has a very 'Douglas Adams meets John Grisham in a pub' kind of plot." "So much fun! I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is well written, laugh out loud funny, and keeps you wanting more." "Fantastic read! Two stories run parallel with each other until the final chapters. Great how the paths of the two characters intertwine. Part of a series so can't wait for the next one." "We Have Lost the President is an hilarious, un-put-downable book that is guaranteed to have you gripped and laughing!" "A brilliant, witty, debut novel from Paul Mathews...it's a great read and Paul's witty take on a future Britain will have you in stitches."
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages