"Lucid, forceful. A roaring great read. I am most impressed by the way he grasps the central truth of the incapacity of our institutions to cope with Murdoch. The Fall of the House of Murdoch is an impressive accomplishment for its narrative energy, wit and intellectual range." Sir Harold Evans, former editor of the Sunday Times "Political thrillers don't come much better than this' Chris Bryant MP "An impressive treatise on how media, money and power in the past thirty years became so locked into mutually supporting agendas that they failed to interrogate each other." Joy Lo Dico, London Evening Standard
About the Author
Peter Jukes is a British writer and journalist. Through his TV appearances and regular columns on the Daily Beast website and in Newsweek he has become one of the UK's most authoritative commentators on the News International phone-hacking scandal and the Leveson Inquiry. He writes regularly for New Statesman, Prospect magazine and the Independent on the links between culture and politics and is a high-profile contributor to the US political blogs Daily Kos and Motley Moose. Jukes is also a dramatist for radio and television, whose credits include In Deep, Bad Faith, Waking the Dead and Sea of Souls. He lives in London.