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Freedom At Midnight Paperback – 1 Oct 2011
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About the Author
About The Authors: Larry Collins was a well-known journalist and an author from Hartford, Connecticut. He passed away on 20th June, 2005 due to an unexpected cerebral hemorrhage. Dominique Lapierre is a French author, who's been awarded the Padma Bhushan. Some of Lapierre's and Collins' works together include The Fifth Horseman and Is New York Burning?.
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And moreover this is an Indian Edition with an elaborate re-written Preface by the authors. The authors have also declared that all the royalty from this edition will go for charity work in India. That is something very impressive and appreciable job done by the authors. Kudos.
some times we feel it as a suspense thriller we go through certain historical events. it enhances respect towards the leaders who were at the helm during Independence.
Younger generation must read this book to enlighten themselves.
Amazon you guys are the reason I moved from paper. You are making me want to go back.
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I should have read this masterpiece very much earlier...... Better late than never....Read more
Words were blurred..print was terrible in short