Agent: Mark Lucas
Anton Gill was a Drama Officer at the Arts Council of Great Britain and wrote and directed plays and features for BBC Radio before becoming a Senior Drama Producer with the BBC. He has devoted the last quarter of a century to a range of fiction and non-fiction, specialising in contemporary history – including accounts of the survivors of the Nazi concentration camps, the German resistance to Hitler, and Berlin between the two world wars – but also producing four biographies and several successful works of fiction. He is the award-winning author of The Journey Back From Hell, Peggy Guggenheim, Il Gigante, as well as a perennially popular series of mystery novels set in Ancient Egypt. His most recent series, City of Gold and The Sacred Scroll are thrilling mysteries set in modern day Istanbul.