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Signed copies of Daylight Robbery for sale

Daylight Robbery has had a terrific response: 

“A highly readable account … of paramount importance” Luke Johnson, Sunday Times
“A brilliant book,” Douglas Carswell, MP
“A tour de force” Matt Ridley, author
“A rollicking good read ” Merryn Somerset Webb, FT
“A must-read” Roger Bootle, economist
“A real page-turner” Steve Baker, MP
“Spectacular” Mark Littlewood, IEA
“A book that people on both  of politics should read … highly recommended,” Helen Dale, CAPX
“Here is a prodigious talent,” Jamie Blackett, The Critic
“A book about tax, that is readable, fascinating – and fun! Sounds impossible, I know. But that’s what Dominic Frisby has written,” Liam Halligan, Telegraph
“A fascinating, must-read” Liz Truss, MP
“Masterful” Jon Matonis, economist
“Utterly gripping” Simon Evans, comedian
“A great read” George Galloway, former MP
“Fantastic ” Roger Ver, entrepreneur”Both amusing and informative, it’s a romp” Bill Bonner, author
“Hugely readable … ought to be compulsory reading,” Sam Packer, Tax Payers Alliance
“This entertaining, easily read book will make you laugh and arm you for debates”
Heather McGregor, Mrs Moneypenny, The Sunday Times

Unfortunately I have now sold out of paperbacks and hardbacks, and there are no more reprints currently scheduled before the autumn. Amazon has also sold out. The only option is now Waterstones or the kindle version.

 I would highly recommend the audiobook at Audible and elsewhere.

 

Daylight Robbery – How Tax Shaped Our Past and Will Change Our Future

My new book Daylight robbery comes out this Thursday and I am very excited.

I was planning to knock it out in a couple of months after Edinburgh 2016 and it ended up taking me the best part of three years to write. The history of tax is as old as the  history of civilisation, so there was a lot to get through. But I reckon it’s my best yet.

EDIT: I have now sold out of hardbacks, so has Amazon, and no more are being printed, though you can still buy them at Waterstones.

I would also recommend the audiobook at Audible and elsewhere.

The response so far has been better than I could have expected:

“A book about tax, that is readable, fascinating – and fun! Sounds impossible, I know. But that’s what Dominic Frisby has written,” Liam Halligan, Telegraph
“A brilliant book,” Douglas Carswell
“A tour de force” Matt Ridley
“A must-read” Roger Bootle
“A great read” George Galloway
“A real page-turner” Steve Baker”
“Spectacular” Mark Littlewood
“A fascinating, must-read” Liz Truss
“Masterful” Jon Matonis
“Utterly gripping” Simon Evans
“Fantastic ” Roger Ver
“Hugely engaging” Merryn Somerset Webb
“Both amusing and informative, it’s a romp” Bill Bonner
“You need to read this book”, Greg Moffitt.
“Hugely readable,” Sam Packer, Tax Payers Alliance
“Frisby’s tax book is REALLY good. I can’t recommend it highly enough,” James Delingpole