Citizens of London: The Americans Who Stood with Britain in Its Darkest, Finest Hour (Compact Disc)
From the acclaimed author of Troublesome Young Men comes a major new World War II history that describes the development of America's crucial wartime alliance with England that became so decisive in defeating Hitler.
About the Author
Before Lynne Olson began writing books full time, she worked more than ten years as a journalist, including stints as Moscow correspondent for the Associated Press and White House correspondent for the Baltimore Sun. Four of her five books-all works of history-have dealt in some way with London during World War II. Among her titles are A Question of Honor, Troublesome Young Men, and Freedom's Daughters. Olson has won the Christopher Award and has been shortlisted for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in history. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband. Arthur Morey has recorded over one hundred audiobooks, winning AudioFile Earphones and Best Voice Awards, as well as an Audie nomination. He has performed fiction by John Updike, John Irving, Richard Russo, Julie Orringer, and Jack Vance. Nonfiction titles include The Informant, Unlikely Allies, Citizens of London, and Munich 1938. Arthur attended Harvard University and the University of Chicago and has performed Off-Broadway, Off-Loop, and in Italy. He taught writing at Northwestern University for ten years and also works as an editor and ghostwriter.
Praise for Citizens of London: The Americans Who Stood with Britain in Its Darkest, Finest Hour…
"Rich in anecdote and analysis, this is a terrific work of history." ---Jon Meacham, author of the New York Times bestseller American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House