Seven May Days is a fast-paced political thriller set in the seven days following the 2001 May Day rally in London.
Nicolas Lalaguna’s latest novel follows a small group of political activists who unknowingly find themselves targeted by a transatlantic counter-intelligence program. Caught between the machinations of competing intelligence agencies and a burgeoning hacktivist network, the novel hurtles at pace as the activists find their everyday lives dragged into the maelstrom of an international secret war played out in the shadows and online.
Seven May Days will appeal to fans of political and legal thrillers as well as those interested specifically in the political climate in the UK and how this tension manifests itself. Readers will be taken on a fast-paced journey through the chess match being played out on the streets of London between the intelligence agencies and the political activists in the early 21st century.