FAITH, Nicholas. British, b. 1933. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Economics, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Writer. Sunday Times, London, England, business news editor. Publications: The Infiltrators: The European Business Invasion of America, 1971; Money Matters, 1973; Wankel: The Curious Story behind the Revolutionary Engine, 1975, in UK as The Wankel Engine: The Story of the Revolutionary Rotary Engine, 1976; The Winemasters, 1978; Safety in Numbers: The Mysterious World of Swiss Banking, 1982; Victorian Vineyard: Chateau Loudenne and the Gilbeys, 1983; Sold: The Rise and Fall of the House of Sotheby, 1985; Cognac, 1986; The Simon & Schuster Pocket Guide to Cognac and Other Brandies, 1987; The Story of Champagne: The History and Pleasures of the Most Celebrated of Wines, 1989; The World the Railways Made, 1990; Château Margaux, 1991; Château Beychevelle, 1991; Classic Trucks, 1995; Classic Ships: Romance and Reality, 1996; Black Box: The Air-Crash Detectives: Why Air Safety Is No Accident, 1997; (with I. Wisniewski) Classic Vodka, 1997; Classic Trains, 1998; Crash: The Limits of Car Safety, 1998; Blaze: The Forensics of Fire, 2000; Classic Brandy, 2000; Derail: Why Trains Crash, 2001; A Very Different Country: A Typically English Revolution, 2002. Address: c/o Author Mail, Prion Books, Imperial Works, Perren St., London NW5 3ED, England.