1948: The Golden Warrior, by Hope Muntz, Chatto and Windus, London

By (author)Hope Muntz


The Golden Warrior by Hope Muntz is a historical fiction novel set in post-World War II England. The story follows the lives of two families, the aristocratic Chalfonts and the working-class Smiths, as they navigate the changing social and political landscape of the time. Against the backdrop of the impending wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, the characters grapple with issues of class, love, and loyalty. The novel offers a vivid portrayal of the era, with detailed descriptions of fashion, music, and societal norms.

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1948: The Golden Warrior, Hope Muntz, Chatto and Windus, London. Second impression. 400 pages.

Blue cloth hardcover volume with gilt impression and lettering on spine. There is some fading to the spine and wear to the cover panels. The book is well bound, aside from the tear at the title page (pictures). No dustjacket.

Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14 × 3 cm




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