Ben Macintyre

Ben Macintyre

Ben Macintyre is Associate Editor at The Times and writes a weekly column on history, espionage, art, politics and foreign affairs. He is also a bestselling author of non-fiction history books.

Books by Ben Macintyre

Interviews with Ben Macintyre

The best books on Spies, recommended by Ben Macintyre

The British public-school system, with its hidden homosexuality and feelings of loneliness, encouraged subterfuge and led to a generation of great spy writers and spies, suggests author and journalist Ben Macintyre. He picks the best books on spies.

Interviews where books by Ben Macintyre were recommended

The Best Nonfiction Books of 2018, recommended by Fiammetta Rocco

It’s a difficult task: to identify the very best nonfiction books of the year. But the Baillie Gifford Prize aims to do just that. The chair of the prize’s 2018 judging panel Fiammetta Rocco talks to us about the six fascinating titles that made the shortlist.

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