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Munich David Laws

Munich By David Laws

Munich by David Laws

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MUNICH 1938 Two men successfully gatecrash the closed conference at Munich as British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain is about to sign an agreement giving Adolf Hitler everything he wants in Czechoslovakia.

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Munich by David Laws

Munich, 1938: An American foreign correspondent gatecrashes the pre-war Munich Conference to protest against British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's surrender to Hitler - more than 70 years later it's like the incident never happened - hushed up with the man disappeared, never to be seen again. Now his granddaughter demands to know the truth of what really happened.
Britain, 2015: Emma Drake, a history researcher at Cambridge, has aways been puzzled that her grandfather's disappearance appears to be a closed book. The infamous Munich agreement was signed; Chamberlain returned home to be a short-lived hero for winning "peace in our time"; Hitler emerged unscathed to wage his war; and her grandfather vanished from the pages of history.
Feisty, thirsting for thrills and ambitious for success, Emma is chosen to reopen the missing grandfather mystery. She battles a series of enemies before the trail takes her in a wholly unexpected direction to a forest 50 miles west of Auschwitz to trace partisan action against Hitler's Final solution.
Inspired by the work of Robert Harris, Robert Goddard and Philip Kerr, Munich is a heart-stopping thriller that explores the minds of those involved in the infamous Munich Agreement. The book will appeal to fans of historical fiction and thrillers.

About David Laws

David Laws has been a national newspaper journalist for many years in London and Manchester. He previously worked as a reporter for local newspapers and as a writer and editor for magazines dealing with film, medicine, travel and finance.

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Munich by David Laws
Used - Very Good
Troubador Publishing
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