In a grand tragic narrative, full of suspense and mystery, conspiracy and backroom diplomacy, Saunders vividly resurrects the life and times of Violet Gibson, a woman who sought to stop the rise of Fascism, whatever the cost.
About the Author :
Frances Stonor Saunders has contributed to The Woman Who Shot Mussolini as an author.
Frances Stonor Saunders is the former arts editor of The New Statesman. Her first book, The Cultural Cold War, has been translated into ten languages and was awarded the Royal Historical Society's William Gladstone Memorial Prize. She lives in London.
|Title:||The Woman Who Shot Mussolini||Publisher:||Metropolitan Books|
|Author:||Frances Stonor Saunders|
|No. of Pages:||380|
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