A round up of agency authors’ recent press coverage and media appearances.
Sarah-Louise Miller features as an expert on the new documentary series, now airing on Sky History on Mondays at 9pm – ‘Bomber: Terror of WWII’.
She also helped actor Ralf Little investigate his grandfather Arthur’s experiences during the Second World War on BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?
Mary Novakovich has been busy writing for The Guardian and The Telegraph, with all the best recommendations for traveling hidden Croatia and under the radar French cities.
Dan Collyns reports from South America for The Guardian, on the tragic circumstances leading to the death of fellow journalist and colleague Dom Phillips, including the Javari valley: the lawless primal wilderness where Dom Phillips went missing and the narco war in the deadly Amazon region where he disappeared.
Michael Smith and Henry Schlesinger teamed up for a 3-parts series for the True Spies podcast, narrated by actress Vanessa Kirby, to uncover the real stories behind some of history’s most explosive honeytrap operations: Operation Diamond; Anna Chapman and Leon Trotsky.
Henry also wrote pieces for HistoryNet: Founding Forger: How Benjamin Franklin Mastered the Art of Fake News and for Graydon Carter’s AirMail on Hardy Amies: The Spy Who Dressed Me.
Xue Yiwei was reviewed in the TLS for his new novel Celia, Misoka, I by Jeff Wasserstrom.
Finally, Seth Thevoz, whose latest book is Behind Closed Doors: the Secret Life of London’s Private Members’ Clubs, is quoted in The Guardian about the Carlton Club’s links to Tories.