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At The Turning Point - My Political Life with David Lange

by Margaret Pope

 

Independent Booksellers' Top 20:

# 8 in w/e 24 September
#12 in w/e 1 October

#15 in w/e 15 October

See NEWS page

 



BOOK RELEASED 19 September 2011 - AM Publishing New Zealand
A "MUST-HAVE" for 2011. Please see below to isten to radio interviews and reviews.

The essential companion to My Life - the autobiography of David Lange, prime minister of New Zealand during the 1980s (published by Penguin in 2005).


Available from all good high street and online bookshops.

Retail distribution by Publishers Distribution Ltd.
Please ask your local shop to order it in for you if it isn't in stock.

 

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Click here for full information about the book
(technical info, ISBN, read excerpt, contact for retailers)

See below for brief synopsis

 

“I’m glad Margaret has decided to fill some of the silence David left when he wrote less about her than he wanted to. That she has done it with such clarity, wit and wry insight is both a tribute to her subject and a very valuable contribution to our understanding of the recent political past.”
Finlay Macdonald, broadcaster and reviewer, former editor of The Listener and commissioning editor for Penguin Books


"But it was very very bitter, and it was very personal. And I suggest you read Margaret Pope's book if you really want to know what happened at this time."
Mike Williams, former Labour Party president on TVOne's Q&A with Paul Holmes, Sunday 2 October 2011

 



PUBLICITY

See Beattie's Book Blog for several blogs (around 16-20 September)

Listen: interview on Radio New Zealand with Kathryn Ryan,
16 September (39 minutes)

Listen: interview on NewstalkZB with Leighton Smith,
16 September

Listen: interview on Radio Live with Paul Henry,
16 September (17 minutes)

NZ Listener (issue 24-30 September) for interview with Margaret Pope
(pp. 24-26)

NZ Herald (17 September, p. A24) for interview with Margaret Pope
Also online.

 



INTERVIEWS, REVIEWS and EVENTS:

Friday 16 September

10.00–10.40am
Nine to Noon – Radio NZ national. Interview with Kathryn Ryan
11.00–11.30am
Newstalk ZB – Interview with Leighton Smith
3.10–3.20pm
Radio Live – Interview with Paul Henry

(See PUBLICITY above to listen to these three interviews)

Saturday 17 September

NZ Herald feature interview by Andrew Stone.
The Listener feature interview by Joanne Black.
Feature news and extract to run in The Press, Dominion Post and Waikato Times.

There will be other reviews in publications around the country,
including newspapers, magazines and periodicals.

 

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