One might think nothing more could be written about Sir Winston Churchill but these biographies show that there is still much to discover. Newly-released papers, private diaries and letters inspired these three brilliant biographies.
These three delightful books are for readers who like their crimes gentle, not gruesome. They will make you smile, rather than keep you awake at night.
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