The Fourth Estate
Richard Armstrong narrowly escaped Hitler's atrocities in Eastern Europe on his courage and his wits—skills that served him well in peacetime. Having turned a struggling Berlin newspaper into a success story seemingly overnight, Armstrong made a name for himself—and more than a few enemies along the way...Meanwhile, young Keith Townsend enters the international arena, armed with a world-class education and a sense of entitlement to match. Charged with growing his father's newspaper business into a global media force, he and Armstrong are bound to become sworn rivals—until they arrive at the edge of collapse and will do whatever it takes to stay alive in the game...or die trying.
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Review: The Fourth EstateUser Review - Alan Wightman - Goodreads
550 page saga about two men, great media barons, and their attempts to rule the newspaper world. Neither man induces a great deal of sympathy in the reader, although one is the "baddie". Not riveting. Read full review