Recovering from gunshot wounds and confined to an ancient English castle, America's top negotiator shares the secrets of his interrupted mission and his craft with the only person he dares to trust-a young British nurse with a troubled past. When she proves to be an exceptional student of his laws of influence, he urges her to help him complete his mission: Hitler has an atom bomb, and his scientists must be persuaded to undermine their own creation.
Author Peter D. Johnston, an international negotiation expert and bestselling author of Negotiating with Giants, has crafted a thought-provoking thriller that immerses readers in one of history's most pivotal moments. Weapons of Peace offers up intrigue, action, and timely influence lessons for a world still on the brink today because of tyrants and nuclear threats.
The book will appeal to fans of thrillers, espionage, novels about World War II, and strong female protagonists-with cross-over appeal to readers of non-fiction negotiation books, including Negotiating with Giants