CAWTHORNE, Nigel. British, b. 1951. Genres: Novels, Science fiction/Fantasy, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Architecture, Art/Art history, Astronomy, Criminology/True Crime, Ghost Writer, Fashion/Costume, Film, History, Human relations/Parenting, Intellectual history, Military/Defense/Arms control, Music, Physics, Sciences. Career: IPC Business Press (now Reed International Publishing), cub reporter for Electrical and Electronic Trader, 1975-76; Club International, NYC, writer, 1976-77; Hi-Fi Weekly, writer, 1977; Haymarket Publishing, writer for What Hi-Fi? and Popular Hi-Fi, 1977; New York Trib, NYC, reviewer and features writer, 1977-78; Davis Publications, member of editorial staff, 1978; Financial Times, writer and producer of World Business Weekly, 1978-79; freelance writer, 1979-. Guest on television and radio programs in US and abroad. Publications: The Loving Touch, 1987; How to Assess Mortgages and Loans, 1988; How to Build an Airliner (juvenile), as Airliners, 1988; The Sixties Source Book, 1989; The Bamboo Cage, 1991; Great Record Labels, 1992; The Iron Cage, 1993; Spree Killers, 1993; Sex Killers, 1994; Killers, 1994; The Winning System, 1994; The Universe Explained, 1994; Sex Lives of the Kings and Queens of England, 1994; Satanic Murder, 1995; Sex Lives of the Popes, 1996; The New Look, 1996; The Art of Japanese Prints, 1996; Sex Lives of the U.S. Presidents, 1996; The Art of India, 1997; The Art of Native Morth America, 1997; A Century of Shoes, 1997; Sex Lives of the Hollywood Idols, 1997; The Secrets of Love, 1997; Sex Lives of the Hollywood Goddesses, 1997, vol. 2, 2004; Sex Lives of the Great Artists, 1998; Sex Lives of the Great Composers, 1998; Key Moments in Fashion, 1998; The Art of the Aztecs, 1999; 911 Exposed, 1999; Steps, 1999; Another Level, 1999; Five Take Five, 1999; BAssistantWitched, 1999; Images of the Cat, 1999; The Confessions of Ike Turner, 1999; The World's Greatest Alien Abductions, 1999; The World's Greatest Serial Killers, 1999; The World's Greatest Serial Cults, 1999; The World's Greatest Serial Royal Scandals, 1999; The World's Greatest Political Scandals, 1999; The World's Worst Atrocities, 1999; The Art of Icons, 2000; The Art of Frescoes, 2000; The Vulva, 2000; Magical Mythery Tour, 2000; The History of the SS Cricket Team, 2000; The Alien Who Thought He Was Elvis, 2000; The World's Greatest UFO and Alien Encounters, 2000; The World's Greatest Alien Encounters, 2002; The World's Greatest UFO Sightings, 2002; The World's Greatest Alien Conspiracy Theories, 2002; A Life as History, 2002; Million Dollar Trivia, 2002; Turning the Tide, 2002; Fighting Them on the Beaches, 2002; Steel Fist, 2003; A History of Pirates, 2003; Witche Hunt, 2003; The Empress of South America, 2003; Vietnam: A War Lost and Won, 2003; Victory 100 Great Military Commanders, 2003; 100 Great Disasters, 2004; Alexander the Great, 2004; 100 Tyrants and Despots, 2004. Address: Flat D Bevan House, Boswell St, London WC1N 3BT, England. Online address: [email protected]; www.nigelcawthorne.com
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