1968: Send Him Victorious, by Douglas Hurd and Andrew Osmond


Send Him Victorious is a political thriller novel written by Douglas Hurd and Andrew Osmond. The book is set in 1968, a year of political turmoil and social unrest in Britain. The story revolves around the Prime Minister of Britain, Harry Carrington, who is facing a crisis as the country is on the brink of a revolution. With the help of his loyal aides, Carrington must navigate through the political landscape and make tough decisions to save his government from collapsing.

The authors, both former politicians, use their insider knowledge to create a gripping and realistic portrayal of the political world. The book is filled with suspense, intrigue, and unexpected twists that keep the reader engaged until the very end.

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1968: Send Him Victorious, written by Douglas Hurd and Andrew Osmond, published by The Companion Book Club in London. 253 pages.

Turquoise leatherette hardcover volume with gilt ornamentation and lettering on cover and spine. Fore-edges painter turquoise. There is very light foxing on endpages, otherwise the book is as good as new. There is no writing or other markings.

Weight .25 kg
Dimensions 19 × 13 × 2.5 cm




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