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By: Arthur Carlyle

Arsenic Placebo

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Amber and Clare are two friends experiencing different paths after finishing their studies. Amber has embarked on an internship with a front-line MP, while Clare continues to suffer the frustration of job rejection after job rejection.

Their lives take on a sinister dynamic when Clare is assaulted on the parliamentary estate after taking part in an unauthorised demonstration for disability rights. They launch a crusade to get justice for Clare, but get blocked at every corner. Enlisting the help of Clare's local MP should have assisted but instead leads to a nexus of establishment figures, private security and medical professionals seemingly working overtime to protect much more than the perpetrator of an assaultbut what is it? And how have so many figures been able to move in plain sight despite their malevolent intentions for the future of the British state?          

Arthur Carlyle is the pen name of an author from London, England. Having grown up in the East End of London, he studied at the University of London, before beginning a career in Government.

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