Fifty years ago, Britain propelled itself into a disastrous war inthe Middle East. Condemned by the UN and accused of falsifyingintelligence, the Prime Minister was left fighting for his politicallife against a Party disillusioned, a public betrayed, and a wilyChancellor with ambitions to take his place... With the pressure of opposition to his war, Prime MinisterAnthony Eden rapidly lost his grip on both the Empire and his health.Unable to control the growing power of both the United States and theArab world, nor his own failing body, history would mark him as theworst British Prime Minister of the twentieth century. A new, uncompromising political thriller exploring with electrifyingtheatricality the events of the Suez Crisis, and the tragic story ofits flawed hero - Churchill's golden boy and heir apparent, AnthonyEden.

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