Diana Souhami’s first biography, Gluck: Her Biography, was published in 1988. It has since been used as the basis for a BBC documentary and an exhibition at the Brighton Art Gallery.
Two of her books, The Trials of Radclyffe Hall and Coconut Chaos, have been broadcast as BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week. The Radclyffe Hall book was also shortlisted for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize.
Mrs Keppel and Her Daughter was a New York Times ‘Notable Book of the Year’ and featured on Radio 4’s A Good Read.
Among other titles, Selkirk’s Island won the Whitbread biography award, Edith Cavell won East Anglia Book of the Year and Murder at Wrotham Hill was shortlisted for a Crime Writers' Golden Dagger Award.
Souhami is a Rainbow List National Treasure and she lives in London.
For ages 16+
Please note that Polari contains adult themes.
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