January 1965. After the brutal murder in the orphanage and the bomb attack in London, the young Irishman, Lochran Ryan, is thrown in jail. Now Lenka, the last of the Rogues, must try and discover who was behind the attempt to assassinate her old friend, the dying Sir Winston Churchill – and why? 

Meanwhile, crime bosses from around the world assign their best assassins to eliminate Lochran, the one man who has discovered their closely guarded secret.

The Last Rogue is the second in the Lochran Trilogy, an audacious tale in which world leaders are assassinated, governments fall and a new world order rises.



"John Righten ratchets up the tension quotient tenfold in The Last Rogue. Thanks to the novel's strong characterization, steadfast narrative, and solid emphasis on historical relevance, Righten makes his story an irresistible read. The novel can easily be enjoyed as a standalone, but historical political thriller fans will most certainly want to start from the beginning of this dynamic series."