Well, my prediction at the end of the last book was kinda right...we are in Godfather territory in this one, except we're in the midst of gang wars in middle of London in the 1960s.
‘I’m taking over his firm.’
‘And I want you to come in with me.’
I have to admire the gall of this kid, but he’s got about as much chance of getting control of Viner’s interests and the people who work for him as I have of becoming Pope.
I would not be surprised if the Pope thing developed into a plot further down the line in this series. ;D