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Giles Waterfield - Author


Giles Waterfield is an independent curator and writer, the Director of Royal Collection Studies and Associate Lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art. He is a trustee of the Charleston Trust and a member of the National Trust Arts Panel and the Advisory Panel of the National Heritage Memorial Fund. He is also the author of three previous novels including The Long Afternoon which won the McKitterick Prize. He lives in London.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Giles Waterfield

The Iron Necklace by Giles Waterfield
Reader Reviewed The Iron Necklace
Giles Waterfield
1910 and a successful German architect, Thomas, marries an up-and-coming British artist, Irene. This is the story of their lives and families through the next three generations and so the conflict in Europe from both sides, for poor Irene belongs...
Format: Paperback - Released: 07/01/2016
The Iron Necklace by Giles Waterfield
Reader Reviewed The Iron Necklace
Giles Waterfield
April 2015 Book of the Month. 1910 and a successful German architect, Thomas, marries an up-and-coming British artist, Irene. This is the story of their lives and families through the next three...
Format: Paperback - Released: 02/04/2015

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