Killer in the Kremlin - John Sweeney

Killer in the Kremlin

The instant bestseller - a gripping and explosive account of Vladimir Putin's tyranny

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Forlag: Bantam Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 304
ISBN: 9781787636651
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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«'The evil dwarf-president is merely another one of those damn fool misfits like that scrappy little Stalin, or wee little Lenin.'»

ORIS NEMTSOV, ASSASSINATED RUSSIAN OPPOSITION LEADER

«'A dictator, bent on rebuilding an empire, will never erase the people's love for liberty. This man cannot remain in power.'»

JOE BIDEN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

«'Examines the sins of the Russian leader's regime'»

iPAPER

«An extraordinarily prescient and fascinating book.»

NIHAL ARTHANAYAKE

«This swashbuckling book is a furious attack on the Russian president. Killer in the Kremlin traces Putin's bloody career... a life littered with corpses.»

The Times

«'No one in the world will forgive you for killing peaceful people.'»

VOLODYMYR ZELENSKIY, PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE

«'Words have power, Putin is afraid of the truth, I have always said that.'»

ALEXEI NAVALNY, LEADER OF THE RUSSIAN OPPOSITION

«'Putin is the main war criminal of the 21st century.'»

IRYNA VENEDIKTOVA, UKRAINE’S PROSECUTOR-GENERAL
John Sweeney is a writer and journalist who, while working for the BBC, has challenged dictators, despots, cult leaders, con artists and crooked businessmen for many years. As a reporter, first for the Observer and then for the BBC, Sweeney has covered wars and chaos in more than eighty countries and been undercover to a number of tyrannies, including Chechnya, North Korea and Zimbabwe. Over the course of his career, John has won an Emmy, two Royal Television Society Awards, a Sony Gold Award, a What the Papers Say Journalist of the Year Award, an Amnesty International Award and the Paul Foot Award.