Rosalind Miles

Rosalind Miles is an award winning writer, journalist, critic and broadcaster whose work has appeared all over the world. Her involvement in the law and other social action has also taken her from Buckingham Palace to the White House.

 

Rosalind is the author of 24 books of fiction and non-fiction, including history, criticism and social commentary. Her historical novels featuring celebrated queens of the British Isles have been internationally acclaimed, most notably I, Elizabeth, the story of Queen Elizabeth I, recreating the life and times of the Tudor Queen. 

Her later works, the Camelot novels based on the Celtic queens of the Arthurian saga, Guenevere and Isolde, have also appeared on best-seller lists in Britain, the US and elsewhere. 

Rosalindís non-fiction publications include literary criticism and social commentary on leadership and power, women and work, and masculinity and sex. Among them The Womenís History of the World, published in America as Who Cooked The Last Supper? received outstanding reviews and has become a classic text which has been translated into over 40 different languages, most recently Romanian, Chinese and Korean

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