“One of the world's leading thriller writers” – Daily Express
*Nominated for the 2021 British Journalism Awards*

For 20 years a leading Fleet Street journalist with columns in The Times, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Express and Today, he is now a best-selling biographer and (as TP Fielden) novelist.

Most recently the creator of the Buckingham Palace Murders featuring 1940s artist-turned spy Guy Harford, and the English Riviera Mysteries featuring 1950s supersleuth Miss Dimont, Christopher remains an internationally in-demand writer on royal matters, with regular appearances in TV documentaries and reports across the globe.

His biography of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is the acknowledged source material for all other books and TV films on the subject, and his groundbreaking research on the life and family of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is also a primary source for biographers and film-makers.

His biography A Greater Love – Charles and Camilla was turned into a top-rated TV documentary screened in the USA, UK and 26 other countries around the globe, and he has co-produced three major TV documentaries on the British royals. He lectures widely on the subject.

His novels include Burying The Crown, Stealing The Crown, The Riviera Express, Resort To Murder, A Quarter Past Dead and Died And Gone To Devon.

His factual books include The Windsor Knot, Dancing With The Devil – the Windsors and Jimmy Donahue, A Greater Love – Charles and Camilla, and (with co-authors) Fergie – Her Secret Life, and Diana vs Charles.

In addition his other books include the highly acclaimed Absolutely Goldie which remains, despite the Oscar-winning actress’s own autobiography, the only full account of her extraordinary life; Around The World in 80 Years, a biography of the Swedish shipping mogul Arne Larsson; and By Invitation Only, a satire on London society life.

Christopher Wilson is the co-founder of Oxford University’s journalism awards, and for his work in support of student journalism he was elected a member of the Senior Common Room at St Edmund Hall, Oxford’s oldest college. He lives in Devon.