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Giles Milton

Giles Milton was born in Buckinghamshire in 1966 and read English at the University of Bristol. He is the internationally best-selling author of nine works of popular history, including Nathaniel’s Nutmeg, Big Chief Elizabeth, Samurai William, White Gold, Paradise Lost, Wolfram: The Boy Who Went to War, Russian Roulette, Fascinating Footnotes from History, Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, and D-Day: The Soldier's Story. His books have been translated into more than twenty languages and have been serialized on both the BBC and in British newspapers. The Times described Milton as being able "to take an event from history and make it come alive," while The New York Times said that Milton’s "prodigious research yields an entertaining, richly informative look at the past." Milton’s book Nathaniel’s Nutmeg is currently under option in America for a major TV series. He lives in London with his wife and daughters.

Giles Milton is represented for TV and film by Rob Kraitt at Casarotto, Ramsay & Associates.

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Books in order of publication:

The Riddle and the Knight(1996)

Nathaniel’s Nutmeg(1999)

Big Chief Elizabeth (2000)

Samurai William (2002)

White Gold (2004)

Edward Trencom’s Nose (2007)

Paradise Lost (2008)

According to Arnold (2009)

Call Me Gorgeous (2009)

Zebedee’s Zoo (2009)

Wolfram (2011)

Good Luck Baby Owls (2012)

Russian Roulette(2013)

Children of the Wild (2013)

The Perfect Corpse (2014)

Churchill's Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare (2015)

D-Day: The Soldiers’ Story (2018)



Giles Milton Titles