Pulitzer Prize nominated author
ANTHONY SUMMERS is the award-winning author of ten critically-acclaimed non-fiction books. In 2012, THE ELEVENTH DAY was a Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for History. He is the only two-time winner of the Crime Writers' Association's top award for non-fiction on crime.
Educated at Oxford University, Summers began his career in broadcasting - travelling the world and rising to become Deputy Editor of the BBC's flagship "Panorama" programme. As an author, he has explored the lives and deaths of the powerful and the famous. From Tsar Nicholas II of Russia to President Kennedy, to Marilyn Monroe, J. Edgar Hoover, and Frank Sinatra. His investigations have ranged from the tragedy of 9/11 to the disappearance of the little British girl Madeleine McCann and to the Pearl Harbor controversy... 
He has covered some of the pivotal stories of the past hundred years and in many cases provoked a rethink.
A Matter of Honor
Looking for Madeleine

The Eleventh Day

Official and Confidential

Sinatra: The Life

The Arrogance of Power

Not in Your Lifetime



The File on the Tsar