Churchill's Triumph

Churchill's Triumph

Paperback (03 Jul 2006)

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Publisher's Synopsis

The Second World War is coming to an end, and the three most powerful men on earth meet to thrash out the details of peace . . . Churchill's Triumph is an unputdownable thriller by Michael Dobbs, author of the No. 1 bestseller that inspired the hit Netflix series House of Cards. Perfect for fans of John Grisham and Philip Kerr.

At the close of World War Two, in 1945, the most powerful men alive - Winston Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin - gather to survey the smoking ruins of Europe at the famous Yalta Conference. They must try and create a future where the atrocities of the last few years could never happen again. But as the negotiations begin that will eventually change the map of the world, the tension and pressure on political partnerships intensifies.

In the fight against Hitler, Churchill's difficult relationship with the leaders of the Allied Powers, Roosevelt and Stalin, becomes a power struggle that will have the most dramatic global consequences . . .

Praise for Michael Dobbs:

'Explosive in every sense. His novels are famously predictive' Daily Mail

'Dobbs was clearly put on this earth to write thrillers of the most shamelessly page-turning quality' Daily Express

'A thriller that is both nightmare vision and timely warning' Financial Times

Book information

ISBN: 9780755332007
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Imprint: Headline
Pub date:
DEWEY: 823.914
DEWEY edition: 22
Language: English
Number of pages: 471
Weight: 338g
Height: 113mm
Width: 179mm
Spine width: 46mm