'A first class political thriller.' --Alan Furst, author of The Spies of Warsaw
'The Budapest Protocol is in every way a superior thriller; tense, intelligent and thought-provoking. One of those rare books which flies by while you're reading it, but stays with you long after you've finished.' --Boris Starling, bestselling author of Messiah
'The Budapest Protocol is a well-paced eurothriller that rolls the headlines of today into a conspiracy from the past.' --Mark Burnell, author of the Stephanie Patrick thriller series
About the Author
Adam LeBor is the author of six acclaimed works of non-fiction. His groundbreaking Hitler s Secret Bankers, was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. City of Oranges: Arabs and Jews in Jaffa was Book of The Week in The Guardian, Paperback Pick of The Week in the Sunday Times, and was shortlisted for the Jewish Quarterly Literary Prize. Adam LeBor writes for numerous publications including The Times, Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph, Monocle, Traveller, Comment is Free and the Economist, where he reviews crime and thrillers. Adam recently presented Jaffa Stories , based on City of Oranges, for BBC TV. He is a frequent commentator on the BBC and CNN.