Ruth Dudley Edwards


Ruth Dudley Edwards’s non-fiction includes biographies of Patrick Pearse, Victor Gollancz and newspapermen Hugh Cudlipp and Cecil King, as well as the history of The Economist, a portrait of Ulster Orangemen, and Aftermath: the Omagh bombing and the families’ pursuit of justice (long-listed for the Orwell Prize). Her latest satirical crime novel, Killing the Emperors, targets conceptual art.

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