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The Budapest Protocol

by Adam LeBor
£8.99   paperback  Beautiful Books Limited (2011)

The Budapest Protocol by Adam LeBor Nazi-occupied Budapest, winter 1944. Miklos Farkas is handed a stolen copy of The Budapest Protocol, detailing the Nazis post-war plans. 65 years later, as the European Union launches the election campaign for the first President of Europe, Farkas is brutally murdered. His journalist grandson Alex unravels a chilling conspiracy rooted in the dying days of the Third Reich - a plan for a new Gypsy Holocaust.
 
The Budapest Protocol is a journey into Europe’s hidden heart of darkness...

"If this novel was a handbag it would be a black Chanel - beautifully made, perfect for every occasion and just a little old-fashioned (in a good way)."
(Kate Saunders, The Times)
"Adam LeBor has deployed the thriller format with delicacy, reverence, expertise and (the acid test for even the darkest plots) charm."
(Daily Telegraph)
"A page-turning thriller with a meaty conspiracy theory that is rooted in historical fact and bristling with warnings against complacency. Would that all debut novels were so ambitious, timely and relevant."
(Irish Times)

ISBN 13: 9781908238191 | ISBN 10: 1908238194