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Below the Parapet By Carol Thatcher

Below the Parapet
by Carol Thatcher

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This biography, by Denis Thatcher's daughter, tells the compelling story of his life and years as Britain's longest serving prime ministerial consort.
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Below the Parapet: Biography of Denis Thatcher by Carol Thatcher

"What was it like for Denis, how did he do it?" are the most frequently asked questions of Denis Thatcher. He considered his job as an "exercise in love and loyalty", but what was the real story behind the first blind date with 24-year-old Margaret Roberts, the early electioneering and the truama of the Falklands War? What was the truth about the bombing at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, and the inside story of the leadership contest that finally forced the Thatchers from Downing Street? Denis Thatcher was his wife's "eyes and ears to the world", yet he remains a deeply private man. Only his daughter, Carol, who shared these extraordinary years at No.10, can reveal the true picture of this absorbing character and, in telling his story, offer a fascinating perspective on the Thatcher years as seen from the inside.

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Below the Parapet: Biography of Denis Thatcher by Carol Thatcher
Carol Thatcher
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HarperCollins Publishers
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