English author Lough speaks about his collection of personal letters that he edited between Winston Churchill and his mother, Jenny Jerome, between 1881, when churchill was just six and 1921, the year of Jenny's death. Many of these letters between these two gifted writers are published here for the first time.
David Lough studied history at Oxford University. After a career in finance, his first book was No More Champagne (Picador), a Wall Street Journal and The Times of London Best Biography of the Year. He lives in England.
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A significant addition to the Churchill canon, My Darling Winston traces Churchill’s emotional, intellectual, and political development over a forty-year period as confided to his mother.