This is an exciting story that examines all of the many angles of what was a shocking attack on British Government. The author has looked at how close the attack came to killing more people, including the Prime Minister. The Bomber’s own reflection is included, together with any effect the attack may or may not have had on the subsequent peace talks. There is a well presented account of the bravery of rescuers and victims in the rescue and recovery at the Grand Hotel. This is a workmanlike review of an event that has received less attention than it deserves. High recommended.