The Blasphemy Laws

John Dale

‘Heathrow had changed. Wheeling his cabin bag through the skywalk, he passed multiple prayer rooms and glimpsed the prostrate forms of the faithful.' It's 2048 and an Islamist political Party has swept to power. Overnight the country is transformed by the introduction and ruthless enforcement of the blasphemy laws. There is resistance.
Date Published :
September 2020
Publisher :
Arden
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Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781925984538
Pages : 196
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
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Overview
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It’s October 2048 and an Islamist political Party has swept to power in Britain’s general elections. Overnight the country is transformed by the introduction of the blasphemy laws. An Australian history teacher who lost his wife and daughter in a terror attack arrives in London to make contact with the leader of the Resistance. When he becomes involved with a homeless young woman, he discovers the possibility of a new life for both of them far from the dangers of the new London.

About The Author
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John Dale is the author of seven books including the campus novel 'Leaving Suzie Pye', which was translated into Turkish, and a novella Plenty. His best-selling true-crime biography 'Huckstepp' was the winner of a Ned Kelly award, as was the first of his three crime novels. He has also published 'Wild Life', a memoir of his grandfather, and edited three anthologies, including the recent 'Sydney Noir'. He is a Professor of Writing at UTS.

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