Simon Sebag Montefiore

Simon Sebag Montefiore is a British historian and novelist. Montefiore’s initial career as a foreign affairs journalist meant that he was reporting from the Soviet Union just as Communism began to collapse. The majority of his books are centred on Russia - from his first historical work Catherine the Great and Potemkin to a landmark biography of the Romanovs and authoritative accounts of the life of Stalin - yet his most critically lauded and successful book, Jerusalem: The Biography, steps out of the confines of the Soviet bloc. In addition to his non-fiction work Montefiore has also written a trilogy of novels set in Moscow during the first half of the twentieth century, and a series of children’s books co-authored with his novelist wife, Santa, called The Royal Rabbits of London.

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Recounting nothing less than the history of humanity through the overarching theme of family, Montefiore weaves an epic, page-turning story that features everyone from the Leopard-King of Benin to Margaret Thatcher.

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Books by Simon Sebag Montefiore

Voices of History
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Voices of History
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Written in History
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Written in History
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Jerusalem
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£14.99
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The Romanovs
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Titans of History
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Young Stalin
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Stalin
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£12.99
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The World
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The Moscow Trilogy

Sashenka
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£9.99
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One Night in Winter
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Red Sky at Noon
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The Royal Rabbits of London