Alan Judd is the author of eleven novels and two biographies. He previously served as a soldier in the British army and as a diplomat in the Foreign Office. Judd is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has won numerous awards including the Guardian Fiction Prize and the Heinemann Award. He currently writes for The Spectator
and The Daily Telegraph
. He lives in Sussex with his family.
A Traveler Without a Ticket
Lion Feuchtwanger: An Author Never Out of Print But No Longer Known