TWO WEEKS IN NOVEMBER

TWO WEEKS IN NOVEMBER

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Read the gripping Introduction to Two Weeks in November in which Douglas Rogers recounts how he discovered the story of a lifetime.

PRAISE & REVIEWS

"This book is a smasher. Some of the hottest non-fiction I have ever read. The fall of Robert Mugabe was orchestrated from Jo'burg? Douglas Rogers has to be kidding. But he isn't."
- Rian Malan, author of My Traitor's Heart

"This is Ocean's 11 meets Game of Thrones: a real-world life or death chess match for the future of
a country where the political endgame is never a foregone conclusion."
- Justin Webb, BBC Radio 4 Today Program

A clear and convincing telling of a wild tale. Rogers' honesty as a transparent author is refreshing, a reminder of Tom Wolfe’s “new journalism.”  A thrill ride! - Dalton Delan, Executive VP and Chief Programming Officer, WETA, Washington

BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week: Audio

THE TIMES OF LONDON

Endgame in Zimbabwe: How Robert Mugabe's reign was ended For two weeks in November 2017, the world watched as Robert Mugabe clung to the presidency in Zimbabwe during a brutal power struggle. Douglas Rogers uncovers the motley group of assassins, exiles and lawyers who played a pivotal role in unseating a despot - read more 

Rian Malan muses on 'Two Weeks in November' by Douglas Rogers.
"Rogers's novel is set in the demi-monde of Zimbabwe's politics at the end of Robert Mugabe's reign. Malan considers the portents for South Africa."  Read more

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