Since the financial Armageddon, it’s been guns, gold and slaves.
Privacy is sacred. Secrets are power. Questions are dangerous.
Donald Aldingford lives inside the walled city of London, where he survives as a barrister who asks no questions.
However, on a flight to see a client, he gets shot down and jailed for violating private airspace. This opens his eyes to what happens on the estates of the wealthy. It’s quite a shock to see how ‘decent’ people treat their slaves. He’s outraged to learn his own brother Lawrence has been condemned to eight years of slave labour for crimes he did not commit. After his release, he shares his outrage with an attractive young woman from outside the city walls. She’s a leading revolutionary.
Powerful eyes are watching Donald. They’re going to make him an offer he can’t refuse.
The Godfather mixed with Nineteen Eighty-four in a pot of Naziism. That’s ‘decent society’.