Island Fortress: The Defence of Great Britian 1606-1945

'A fine old-fashioned drum-beating history.' Piers Brendon

How We Lived Then: History of Everyday Life During the Second World War, A

'Minutely detailed, accurate, skilfully marshalled and engagingly written, it is ...

Leo Benedictus

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Leo Benedictus

Leo Benedictus is an award-winning Guardian features writer. He was born in London in 1975, and studied English at Oxford University. In 1999, he was fired from his job in advertising. The Afterparty is his first novel.


Books by Leo Benedictus

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The Afterparty

This book is different. You've really never read a book like this before.

Books: 1
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