Derek Hansen's latest addition to his bestselling Lunch series. Once again Ramon, Lucio, Milos and Neil gather at Gancio's restaurant to share lunch and their mutual passion for storytelling. It is Neil's turn to take to the floor but instead Milos demands the right to take precedence. He has no choice, he says, his story has already been too long awaiting the telling. As the story unfolds his friends are horrified to learn the reason for his urgency. this is a novel with a huge range and scope, set within a real historical landscape populated by figures like Adolf Eichmann and the Hungarian and Russian secret police; a story of survival which begins in Hungary but seeks its conclusion in Australia.
Derek Hansen was born in England, raised in New Zealand and now lives in Australia. He began writing novels at the conclusion of a long and successful career in advertising. His first novel, LUNCH WITH THE GENERALS, was an immediate bestseller and provided all the encouragement he needed to continue. His books have been published in the UK, Europe and the USA. Derek is the author of eight novels and three collections of short stories. He is married with two grown-up children, and divides his time between his homes in Sydney and the Sunshine Coast.