LONG SUNSET Memoirs of Winston Churchill's Last Private Secretary by Anthony Montague Browne with a Foreword by the Lady Soames D.B.E.
Anthony Montague Browne was Winston Churchill's Private Secretary from 1952 until his death in 1965. These memoirs shed much light on Churchill's activities and attitudes during his final decade and as the last member of what Churchill called "my circle" to have written an autobiography, Montague Browne represents a last link with the greatest Englishman of the century.
"UTTERLY ENGAGING..It is full of wit, mischief, affection - and at the end, great sadness"
Alistair Horne, The Times
"Not only a fascinating memoir but also required reading for Churchill enthusiasts"
Andrew Roberts, Literary Review
"It is a memoir that achieves the ideal balance between author and subject, itself the reflection of the sympathy, integrity and humour of deep friendship."
Alan Judd, The Spectator
"This is one of the most perceptive and entertaining of the many books which "Boswellise" the great man and is on a par with those of Lord Moran and Sir Jock Colville."
Robert Blake, Country Life