By Schofield, Victoria
A memoir by the distinguished writer and journalist Victoria Schofield of her thirty-three-year friendship with her Oxford contemporary Benazir Bhutto. Born to a wealthy and influential Pakistani family that has dominated the centre-left Pakistan People's Party since its founding... in 1967, Benazir Bhutto would twice serve as prime minister of her country (thereby becoming the first woman to head a democratic government in a predominantly Muslim nation) and was assassinated in December 2007 - almost certainly by her Islamist enemies - while attempting a second political comeback.Read more
Victoria Schofield is a historian and commentator on international affairs, with special expertise on South Asia. Her published books include Kashmir in Conflict, The Highland Furies, The Black Watch, and The Fragrance of Tears: My Friendship with Benazir Bhutto. She has also contributed to numerous media outlets, including the Sunday Telegraph, The Times, Independent, and Spectator.
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