A story of the tragicomic and the bittersweet, set against
the backdrop of post-Brexit Britain, and one man's choice about what is most
tragic death of his wife, Henry Lord has led an unremarkable life. He lives
alone and works for a somewhat Kafkaesque bureaucratic organisation in London.
Nothing ever changes - until a case of mistaken identity plunges Henry into a
world for which he is unprepared, embroiled on both sides of a struggle for
by political extremists and the recipient of death threats and actual violence,
Henry is appalled by the country he once knew and understood. He must take a
stand and fight, using the political power he has inadvertently been given. Can
one man change the course of history?
most serious relationship with a woman since his wife developing and mysterious
complications with his daughter, Henry is ultimately forced to make a choice
between the personal and the political, and once and for all decide what is
comic and bittersweet, i.d. is not
intended as a prediction of the future, but more an attempt to reflect some of
the absurdities and vanities of our country, post-Brexit. It will appeal to
both a political mind and one reading for entertainment.