Dinner with Churchill by Robin Hawdon

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Print ISBN 978-1-7384231-2-5

268 pages Paperback.

At the start of World War II an innocent young girl from England’s Lake District comes to London to train as a secretary. By an extraordinary stroke of fate Lucy Armitage suddenly finds herself conscripted as one of the team of overworked secretaries to First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, and thrown in at the deep end of the war’s opening stages. From there on she becomes intimately involved with her employer’s phenomenal brain and eccentric habits. She is witness to a famous evening of fierce dinner table debate between Winston and his arch political enemy, Neville Chamberlain, whose days as Prime Minister are numbered. As the war clouds loom and Winston prepares to take over the leadership of the nation, Lucy finds herself drawn into the worlds of romance and espionage, and her own personal trials become increasingly fused with those of her famous employer, and with the eternal contest between good and evil regimes that still exists today. Robin Hawdon is one of Britain’s most prolific novelists and playwrights, with productions in over forty countries and twenty languages. www.robinhawdon.com


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