The Ides of March: Part 3
Henry Parkes has won. Prince Alfred’s would-be assassin, Henry O’Farrell, is dead. The only problem is that he wasn’t a Fenian. After the execution, Parkes is forced to use every trick in the book as he enters the political fight of his life against rival parliamentarians circling for the kill. And if he wasn’t a Fenian, what motivated Henry O’Farrell to try and kill the Prince?