The Budapest Protocol

The Budapest Protocol

Publishing house Beautiful Books (@BeautifulBooks) have been kind enough to allow me to Give Away (yes!) ten copies of political thriller The Budapest Protocol by Adam Lebor.

The book was inspired by Declassified Intelligence Reports produced in 1944 by the US intelligence services. The result is a sinister and gripping conspiracy thriller.

SYNOPSIS

Nazi-occupied Budapest, winter 1944. The Russians are smashing through the German lines. Miklos Farkas breaks out of the Jewish ghetto to find food – at the Nazis’ headquarters where he is handed a stolen copy of The Budapest Protocol giving details of the Nazis post-war plans. Miklos knows it must stay hidden forever if he is to stay alive.

Present day Budapest. As the European Union launches the election campaign for the first President of Europe, Miklos Farkas is brutally murdered leaving his grieving  journalist grandson Alex to track down the killers. He soon unravels a chilling conspiracy rooted in the dying days of the Third Reich, one that will ensure Nazi economic domination of Europe – and a plan for a new Gypsy Holocaust.

The hunt is on for The Budapest Protocol. Alex is quickly drawn into a deadly web of intrigue and power play, played for the highest stakes: the very future of Europe. But Alex must battle his own demons as he uncovers a shadowy alliance that the world thought had been defeated for good. Powerful, controversial and thought-provoking, The Budapest Protocol is a journey into Europe’s hidden heart of darkness…

If you enjoy books by Robert Ludlum then you’ll surely enjoy this one.

The Giveaway is now closed. I shall announce the ten winners during #FridayReads on Friday 12th August 2011.

Expect to see this title turning up when I do my #FridayReads this week!

Other Links

Budapest Protocol on Facebook don’t forget to LIKE!

Adam LeBor’s website http://www.adamlebor.com

Adam LeBor on Twitter @adamlebor

@BeautifulBooks page the-budapest-protocol

Small Print

To be eligible for the giveaway you must be in the UK and use the entry link above. Please enter once so everyone has a fair chance.

 

FridayReads - Modern Love Anthology

FridayReads - Modern Love Anthology

As a special treat for all you dedicated FridayReads people we are being treated to a FridayReads Modern Love Anthology for Book Lovers created for us by Margaret Brown (@shelfmagazine) of Shelf Unbound Magazine. She and her designer have been working like crazy to get this ready in time for this week’s #FridayReads. There is a foreword from Bethanne Patrick (@thebookmaven) ceator of #FridayReads.

Inside you will be treated to some great examples of modern writing. Take a look now and then Share the FridayReads Love with your friends and family.

The guys at Zinio (@zinio) have been working with Margaret to produce an online, shareable version of the anthology.

Here are the Zinio links:

View the FridayReads Modern Love Anthology Online at Zinio.com or you can download the Offline version from Zinio too. If you’re a iPad owner/user (lucky you) there is a Zinio app you can use to read stuff from their website: zinio.com/ipad

A very special thanks go to Jason Desmarais at Zinio who went the extra mile and made this work for us and you too!

You can download a PDF of the anthology from this link if you wish: FridayReads-Modern_Love.pdf (You will need a PDF viewer to see it)

Happy Reading and do, please, share your #FridayReads on Twitter or Facebook. Do tell your friends and followers and get them involved too!

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